Jim from SE London, UK writes:
Is it possible to reset Firefox or should I just do a delete & Install? After saving my Bookmarks, of course.
A reset can sometimes solve problems with the Firefox brownser. Resetting Firefox is easy. Go to the menu button in the upper right of your screen and choose the ? symbol.
Then select Troubleshooting information from the drop-down menu.
Now choose, Reset Firefox
Your Bookmarks, browsing history, passwords, tabs, autofill information and personal dictionary will be saved. Extensions, search engines, download history, security settings, plugin settings, toolbars customizations and social features will be removed. Your old data will go into a folder called “Old Firefox Data” on your desktop. If the reset doesn’t solve your issues, you’ll be able to copy some of this information back into your new profile.