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How to Use Firefox Themes

Learn about Firefox themes available as downloads. Each theme provide new look and the ability to customize your browser. Watch the video below or on YouTube. Quickflicks courtesy of Atomic Learning  
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Learn about Firefox themes available as downloads. Each theme provide new look and the ability to customize your browser. Watch the video below or on YouTube.

Quickflicks courtesy of Atomic Learning

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