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Old 02-15-2008, 10:20 PM   #1
bigalexe
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Question: Make your own Mozilla installer with add-ons?


I do a bit of PC repair for friends and one thing i would like is my own version of a Firefox installer that automatically installs certain addons along with Firefox or immediately thereafter where i wont have to go online to get them.

Specifically i want to install Firefox with Ad-Block Plus, FasterFox, Image Zoom and IE Tab. The reason is that sometimes i work on computers with dial-up connections (believe it or not)and being able to get Firefox loaded with FasterFox and Ad-block immediately tends to speed things up alot. I would like IE Tab since some people i deal with don't understand browser compatibility and it tends to work that out well and Image Zoom is just useful everyone who has Firefox should get it.
 
  


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