Firefox Tip & Trick

Sưu tầm đuợc 15 trick rất ngầu…chia sẻ cho mọi người đây

  1. More screen space. Make your icons small. Go to View – Toolbars – Customize and check the “Use small icons” box.
  2. Smart keywords. If there’s a search you use a lot (let’s say’s people search), this is an awesome tool that not many people use. Right-click on the search box, select “Add a Keyword for this search”, give the keyword a name and an easy-to-type and easy-to-remember shortcut name (let’s say “actor”) and save it. Now, when you want to do an actor search, go to Firefox’s address bar, type “actor” and the name of the actor and press return. Instant search! You can do this with any search box.
  3. Keyboard shortcuts. This is where you become a real Jedi. It just takes a little while to learn these, but once you do, your browsing will be super fast. Here are some of the most common (and my personal favs):
    • Spacebar (page down)
    • Shift-Spacebar (page up)
    • Ctrl+F (find)
    • Alt-N (find next)
    • Ctrl+K (go to search box)
    • Ctrl+L (go to address bar)
    • Ctrl+= (increase text size)
    • Ctrl+- (decrease text size)
    • Ctrl-W (close tab)
    • F5 (reload)
    • Alt-Home (go to home page)
    • Ctrl+D (bookmark page)
    • Ctrl+T (new tab)
  4. Auto-complete. This is another keyboard shortcut, but it’s not commonly known and very useful. Go to the address bar (Control-L) and type the name of the site without the “www” or the “.com”. Let’s say “google”. Then press Control-Enter, and it will automatically fill in the “www” and the “.com” and take you there – like magic! For .net addresses, press Shift-Enter, and for .org addresses, press Control-Shift-Enter.
  5. Tab navigation. Instead of using the mouse to select different tabs that you have open, use the keyboard. Here are the shortcuts:
    • Ctrl+Tab (rotate forward among tabs)
    • Ctrl+Shft+Tab (rotate to the previous tab)
    • Ctrl+1-9 (choose a number to jump to a specific tab)
  6. Mouse shortcuts. Sometimes you’re already using your mouse and it’s easier to use a mouse shortcut than to go back to the keyboard. Master these cool ones:
      Middle click on link (opens in new tab)

    • Shift-scroll down (previous page)
    • Shift-scroll up (next page)
    • Ctrl-scroll up (decrease text size)
    • Ctrl-scroll down (increase text size)
    • Middle click on a tab (closes tab)
  7. Delete items from address bar history. Firefox’s ability to automatically show previous URLs you’ve visited, as you type, in the address bar’s drop-down history menu is very cool. But sometimes you just don’t want those URLs to show up (I won’t ask why). Go to the address bar (Ctrl-L), start typing an address, and the drop-down menu will appear with the URLs of pages you’ve visited with those letters in them. Use the down-arrow to go down to an address you want to delete, and press the Delete key to make it disappear.
  8. User chrome. If you really want to trick out your Firefox, you’ll want to create a UserChrome.css file and customize your browser. It’s a bit complicated to get into here, but check out this tutorial.
  9. Create a user.js file. Another way to customize Firefox, creating a user.js file can really speed up your browsing. You’ll need to create a text file named user.js in your profile folder (see this to find out where the profile folder is) and see this example user.js file that you can modify. Created by, this example explains some of the things you can do in its comments.
  10. about:config. The true power user’s tool, about.config isn’t something to mess with if you don’t know what a setting does. You can get to the main configuration screen by putting about:config in the browser’s address bar. See Mozillazine’s about:config tips and screenshots.
  11. Add a keyword for a bookmark. Go to your bookmarks much faster by giving them keywords. Right-click the bookmark and then select Properties. Put a short keyword in the keyword field, save it, and now you can type that keyword in the address bar and it will go to that bookmark.
  12. Speed up Firefox. If you have a broadband connection (and most of us do), you can use pipelining to speed up your page loads. This allows Firefox to load multiple things on a page at once, instead of one at a time (by default, it’s optimized for dialup connections). Here’s how:
    • Type “about:config” into the address bar and hit return. Type “network.http” in the filter field, and change the following settings (double-click on them to change them):
    • Set “network.http.pipelining” to “true”
    • Set “network.http.proxy.pipelining” to “true”
    • Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to a number like 30. This will allow it to make 30 requests at once.
    • Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0?. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives.
  13. Limit RAM usage. If Firefox takes up too much memory on your computer, you can limit the amount of RAM it is allowed to us. Again, go to about:config, filter “browser.cache” and select “browser.cache.disk.capacity”. It’s set to 50000, but you can lower it, depending on how much memory you have. Try 15000 if you have between 512MB and 1GB ram.
  14. Boolean. Name it “config.trim_on_minimize” and set it to TRUE. You have to restart Firefox for these settings to take effect.
  15. Move or remove the close tab button. Do you accidentally click on the close button of Firefox’s tabs? You can move them or remove them, again through about:config. Edit the preference for “browser.tabs.closeButtons”. Here are the meanings of each value:
    • Display a close button on the active tab only (Default)
    • Display close buttons on all tabs
    • Don’t display any close buttons
    • Display a single close button at the end of the tab bar (Firefox 1.x behavior)

Convert Docx To Doc

Nhiều cách lắm
1. Đơn giản I, dễ I nhưng ko mấy hiệu quả…rename file docx ->doc.
2. Kêu thằng gửi cho mình save = file office 2003
3. Download : Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2007 File Formats….cho người dùng có các office cũ..install gói này xong khi open file ..x sẻ xuất hiện hộp thoại save lại = file office 2003
4. Vô trang này hoặc hoặc tự xử..
5. còn vài cách dành cho openoffice chưa mò ra…hẹn tái nạm Thông tin về OpenXML
Dành cho OpenOffice

Nâng Cấp 4Gb-Ram

gần đầy có ý định nâng cấp RAM lên 4gb, nhưng mập mờ nghe tin XP và Vista 32 bit chỉ support tối thiểu 3GB2 RAM, gắn 4gb mà nhận 3GB2 –> Funny + Fí…rốt cuộc đi tìm hiểu thì mới biết được ngoài cách phải cài mấy cái OS 64 bit vô thì còn một cách mì ăn liền nữa, dễ xào và dễ chơi, đó là làm cho nó support thêm 4 bit nữa là 36 bit, vừa đủ cho 4Gb Ram bằng cách mở Physical Address Extension (PAE) trong windows…vừa thấy cái tên của ông nội này là thấy mừng rồi…hí hí…
Ai muốn cắm ram 4gb để windows 32 bit nhận đuợc thì làm như sau :
Right Click – > My Computer
Chọn Tab Advanced -> Chọn tới cái box STart Up and Recovery -> Setting
Trong cửa sổ Start Up and Recovery hiện ra –> chọn Edit
Thêm cái này /PAE vô vị trí cuối của dòng cuối.
vd :
[boot loader]
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(3)\WINDOWS=”Microsoft Windows XP Professional” /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /PAE

Chỉ thêm nhiêu đó là OK, đừng chỉnh sửa gì hết nếu ko biết rõ gì về nó…Ctrl + S ->save lại.

Restart máy.
Kiểm tra lại : Right Click My computer thấy cái dòng này là xong..DONE !!