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Firefox Disable / Hide New Tab Page

I've upgraded to Firefox v13. However, I don't like the new tab page. I'm concerned about my privacy. How do disable or hide new tab page while using Firefox browser version 13? How do you get rid of the "new tab" page that shows recently visited pages?
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OpenBSD: Install Firefox Web Browser

How do I install Mozilla Firefox which is a free and open source web browser under OpenBSD operating systems?
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HowTo: Run Firefox From The Command Line

How do I run Firefox browser from the Linux command line (shell prompt)? How to run Firefox from command line on Linux based server?
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nginx: Send HTTP User Agent Requests To Specific Backend Server

I've tons of images, css and javascript hosted at backend server IP and How do I make sure nginx reverse proxy load balancer always send all http_user_agent requests coming from "Mozilla" to server and MSIE to server only?
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Firefox: Add a Trusted CA

The default Firefox comes with certificates from well-known commercial CAs. My ISP is also CA and Firefox cannot verified it because the CA is not recognized. How do I force Firefox to accept my ISPs certificate?
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How To Specify and Browse Website Using IPv6 Address With Firefox, Opera Web Browser

Q. Now, I know how to configure IPv6 tunnel but how do I browse website using IPv6 IP address like 2001:4860:0:2001::68 under Firefox or Opera web browser?
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Firefox 3 Install Firebug Addon Software

Q. My current version is disabled after upgrade. How do I install Firebug under Firefox 3 web browser?
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Install Flash on Linux 64 bit

Q. How do I install flash on 64 bit Linux desktop operating system?
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WebEx Linux

Q. Does WebEx works under Linux or UNIX operating system?
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Howto: Update firefox on Linux

Q. My Firefox version is and I'd like to update the same to latest version. How do I upgrade my Firefox on Linux?

A. You can easily upgrade firefox on Linux.

Please note that installing Firefox 2 will overwrite your existing installation of Firefox. You won't lose any of your bookmarks or browsing history, but some of your extensions and other add-ons might not work until updates for them are made available.

Update Firefox on Ubuntu / Debian Linux

You can use APT package handling utility i.e. apt-get command. You can also use a GUI package tool called Update Manager:
Just type the following two commands at terminal:
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install firefox

You can also use GUI tool: Click on System > Administration > Update Manger > Click on Check button see for updates

Update Firefox on Fedora / Redhat / CentOS Linux

Use yum tool or gui tool for the same purpose:
# yum update
# yum update firefox

Update firefox from official Mozilla site

You can download firefox from official website. Just follow these firefox installation instructions.