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All the FireFox about: Pages

Have you ever wondered what lay under the fox in Firefox?  I have stumbled across articles here an there that helped me fix certain issues with Firefox by changing some settings in about:config.  If you are like me and were wondering what other about: pages there might be… here is a list.  Firefox version 30.0.

  • about: Shows the Firefox about
  • about:about – Shows all the about links.
  • about:accounts
  • about:addons – Shows all your installed addons, plugins, and themes.
  • about:app-manager – This tool will help you build and install web apps on compatible devices
  • about:blocked – Shows the malware protection page used when the browser identifies a page as not safe for viewing.
  • about:buildconfig – Shows the arguments and options used to compile the build in use
  • about:cache – Shows information about the Cache Service.
    • about:cache?device=memory – Shows individual entries in memory
    • about:cache?device=disk – Shows individual entries on disk
    • about:cache?device=offline – Shows individual entries for offline viewing
  • about:certerror – Shows the error page used when an SSL/TLS certificate is untrusted or otherwise invalid.
  • about:config – You can get in a lot of trouble here. Control many aspects of Firefox that aren’t available through the GUI
  • about:crashes – Find your Firefox crash reports here
  • about:credits – Shows a list of all the contributors to Mozilla
  • about:customizing – Customize Firefox.
  • about:downloads – Shows your downloads
  • about:feeds – Shows the page used when clicking the rss feed icon in the address bar.
  • about:healthreport – Get insights and performance information about your version of Firefox
  • about:home – Home page
  • about:license – All licensing for Firefox
  • about:logo – Shows the Firefox Logo
  • about:memory – Shows memory usage for Firefox. You can clean up memory usage here too.
  • about:mozilla – The twins of Mammon quarrelled. Their warring plunged the world into a new darkness
  • about:neterror – Oops! Shows the page displayed when Firefox experiences a network error.
  • about:networking – Network Monitor
  • about:newtab – Opens a new tab, shows the grid of pins sites and frequently visited sites.
  • about:permissions – Shows the permissions for site, like store passwords, block locations, allow cookies, etc.
  • about:plugins – Shows your installed and enabled plugins
  • about:preferences – Shows the preference configuration screen
  • about:privatebrowsing – asks if you would like to open a private browsing window
  • about:rights – These are your rights with regards to Firefox
  • about:robots – We have come to visit you in peace and with goodwill!
  • about:sessionrestore – Shows the session restore page that is displayed after a Firefox crash
  • about:support – Page contains technical information that might be useful when you’re trying to solve a problem.
  • about:sync-log – Shows a log of sync errors
  • about:sync-progress – Shows the page for Sync is now complete
  • about:sync-tabs – Tabs from other devices
  • about:telemetry – This page shows the information about performance, hardware, usage and customizations collected by Telemetry. This information is submitted to Mozilla to help improve Mozilla Firefox.
  • about:webrtcWeb Real-Time Communication
  • about:welcomeback – Shows the page Firefox successfully reset your profile.

If I missed anything, please let me know in the comments below.

About Joe D

I have always had a passion for everything computing. In early 2000, I decided to take my passion to the web. Thus, C.O.D. was born. Through the years we have made many great friends at C.O.D. and hope to continue our journey for years to come.

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