How to Fix Firefox Problems on MacBook

Firefox assures you privacy while browsing and downloading content. The interface is user-friendly and elegant, but there are times Firefox fails to load content and it may crash from time to time.
You can fix many Firefox problems yourself. Just follow these simple steps.

How to Fix Firefox Problems by Clearing Cache and User Data?

1. ‘Open Preferences’
After opening Firefox, click on the Firefox button on the navigational panel at the top of the screen. Select ‘Preferences’ from the drop-down list. The How to Fix Firefox Problems on MacBook box will appear on your screen.
Alternatively, you can click on the 'Menu Icon' on the Firefox browser. This is on the top left of the Firefox home screen. Select ‘Preferences’ from the drop-down list that appears.

2. Open ‘Advanced’ settings
Click on the ‘Advanced’ tag at the top of the preference settings. The ‘Advanced’ preference options will appear. You will see several different tags in the settings box. Choose the ‘Network’ option.

3. Go to ‘Network’
Click on the ‘Network’ button. You will see several preferences related to connection and content. You will also notice a ‘Cached Web Content’ section. On the right of it, there will be a ‘Clear Now’ button.

4. ‘Clear Cache’
Hit the ‘Clear Now’ button. The cached files in your Firefox browser will be removed.

5. Clear ‘User Data’
Below the Cached Web Content section, there will be an ‘Offline Web Content’ and ‘User Data section’. On the right, there will be another ‘Clear Now’ button. Click this button. Your user data and ‘Saved Offline’ data will be removed.

After completing these steps, most of your Firefox problems should be resolved. [/b]