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This is a simple modification, with great results. Just like you can apply a theme in Windows, you can apply a theme to Mozilla Firefox. Follow these easy steps and within minutes you’ll have a new look for your browser.

First, go to Menu > Tools > Add-ons

A window will show, click on the Themes Tab and click Get Themes

Firefox Themes

You will be taken to the Mozilla Firefox theme page. Browse the themes, find one you like and click on the Install Now button. After a restart, you will have a fresh look for your browser.



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24 thoughts on “Apply a Theme to Firefox – Stand out from the Crowd”

  1. Betty says:

    Wow that was easy and I think my Firefox looks so much better, so thank you .

  2. Max says:

    My friend told me about this page; I don’t know much about computers, but this was easy to follow and I got it to work…

  3. Betty says:

    Wow that was easy and I think my Firefox looks so much better, so thank you .

  4. Max says:

    My friend told me about this page; I don’t know much about computers, but this was easy to follow and I got it to work…

  5. Randolph Higgins says:

    I prefer the default, non-bloated FF3 theme

  6. Randolph Higgins says:

    I prefer the default, non-bloated FF3 theme

  7. Gard says:

    Cool I only began using Firefox today and I am going to definitely get a theme for it now.

  8. Gard says:

    Cool I only began using Firefox today and I am going to definitely get a theme for it now.

  9. Chris says:

    Very Dangerous, did no on check to see if there is a “DIGITAL” signature with 3rd party themes? If it unverified, which is normally the case absolutely anything could be crawling around your computer! The same goes for Vista Gadgets, yes it may look pretty, if your new to the web and got a spanking new computer, you will get bitten! NEVER INSTALL ANYTHING THAT IS NOT VERIFIED, DIGITALLY SIGNED!

  10. Chris says:

    Very Dangerous, did no on check to see if there is a “DIGITAL” signature with 3rd party themes? If it unverified, which is normally the case absolutely anything could be crawling around your computer! The same goes for Vista Gadgets, yes it may look pretty, if your new to the web and got a spanking new computer, you will get bitten! NEVER INSTALL ANYTHING THAT IS NOT VERIFIED, DIGITALLY SIGNED!

  11. Rich says:

    Chris, thanks for the heads up!

  12. Rich says:

    Chris, thanks for the heads up!

  13. Ben says:

    The best theme is walnut. here is the link https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/122

  14. Ben says:

    The best theme is walnut. here is the link https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/122

  15. Sum1 says:

    There’s an extension by Mozilla called “Personas”. It immediately adds light themes from a menu, and it also allows you to make your own Personas theme.

  16. Sum1 says:

    There’s an extension by Mozilla called “Personas”. It immediately adds light themes from a menu, and it also allows you to make your own Personas theme.

  17. Mel says:

    I wouldn’t call the FF3 theme bloated..

  18. Mel says:

    Blue qute is my fave – too bad it doesn’t get support anymore :(

  19. Mel says:

    Blue qute is my fave – too bad it doesn’t get support anymore :(

  20. Mel says:

    I wouldn’t call the FF3 theme bloated..

  21. Mel says:

    I must respectfully disagree – try out blue qute

  22. Mel says:

    Yes, it makes a world of a difference, eh?

  23. Mel says:

    Yes, it makes a world of a difference, eh?

  24. Mel says:

    I must respectfully disagree – try out blue qute

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