Firefox settings java script history shortcuts

by admin on September 16, 2010

Enable or Disable Java script in Firefox browser:

We can enable or disable Java script in Mozilla Firefox browser by doing the following steps.

  • Click on Tools in the top menu bar in Firefox window.
  • Select Options
  • Click on Content tab from the top bar
  • Select or deselect the check buttonEnable JavaScript

Disable history recording in Firefox browser:

  • Click on Tools in the top menu bar in firefox window.
  • Select Options
  • Select Privacy tab from the top bar.
  • click on the combo box next to the text “Firefox will“. Snapshot is shown below.
  • Select “Never remember history” from the drop down menu.
  • Click on OK

Few questions asked by readers regarding the above setings.

How to enable javascript for all users in a domain using group policy?

Firefox is a third party product and is not part of Windows OS and so does not have any group policy settings for the same. And firefox settings are not stored in registry keys but in a text file in every user’s application data folder. You can create a script to change these settings and launch that script during user login.

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spelen February 17, 2011 at 1:20 pm

Thanks, it worked for me!

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