Tuesday, 6 November 2012

How To Use Your Picture As Your Firefox Browser Background

Customization has always been one of the cool geeky things that computer users always want to do. There's this particular kind of feeling when you are around your friends or in a public environment and you've got this super cool customization you'll like to show off. Well, here's one of them. Customizing your Mozilla firefox background is a really cool thing to do.
STEP 1: Download and install Browser Background. A firefox addon that presents this opportunity to you. Click here to download and install.
STEP 2: After Installation, restart your Mozilla firefox browser and voila you've got cool wallpapers for your firefox browser.

Though these wallpapers are cool, you might want to use your own picture as the background. To add your own personal picture, foolow these step:

STEP 1: Click on the green cube icon on your status bar, commonly at the top-right of your firefox browser.

Buttons that are used to browse background collections are placed at the left column of the window. Click on the button that will retrieve the collection which you want to add your photo to. In this example we will add the photo inside Generic collection.

STEP 2: When the collection is fetched use Add button that reside at the top of the collection. After it is clicked, a file selection window will pop up and you will be able to choose the image file that you want to add to your browser. Navigate to the directory that your image is in. Select the image by clicking on it and use Open button of the file selection window.

NOTE: You can select multiple images at once.

Step 3: Wait for your images to be loaded and thats it.



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