Extensions in Firefox, the so-called "Add-Ons", while useful, can interfere with the Browser. Delete the small programs can be as easy as they were installed. How it works and how you can keep your Browser clean and fast, you will learn in this practical tip.
Add-ons in Firefox and delete or disable
The settings menu for the extensions you will find by clicking the links above on the orange Button "Firefox" and then on "Add-Ons". Alternatively, you can use the key combination [Ctrl]+[shift]+[A]. Note: In the new Firefox 29, you will find the menu item "Add-ons" by clicking the top right with the three horizontal "settings bar".
You go to "extensions". Here you can see all currently installed Add-Ons of your Firefox browser.
Behind each of three Buttons: "settings", "Disable" and "Remove".
If you select "Disable" to turn off the Add-On. You can activate it again at any time.
If you select "Remove" uninstalls the extension in fact, and disappears entirely from your Browser. Of course, you can install them later again.
Restart your Browser, if you have made all the settings.
These instructions apply to Firefox Version 24.0 on Windows 8.1 Pro, in older versions, you need to do may be different.
Like in Google Chrome Add-Ons delete, you will learn in this practical tip.