I've been using Firefox for over a year now, and love it. The spell checker is super nice. I didn't know they had a medical dictionary, thanks for the heads up on that.
Hmmm, i have not added the firefox Browser.
Things to do this week:
1).Add Firefox Browser to computer..(Do I just Google it then add it?)
2) Neuro Appt on Tuesday
3) Still getting ready for Daughters Graduation Parties (Oh yes! She can't just have ONE!..Lol)
4) I am hoping to work out in my Courtyard...As I have bought some new plants and and some Decorations to put out....
5) Bible study....And Rest!
Yes all you have to do is google it and follow the link to the Firefox download page. Once there just download it and install the program. ( And it is free)!
They seem to have tons of add-ons for the browser. I have been using one called "reminderfox" that is working real great for me. Lots of times I will think of things I have to do while on-line but by the time I get my calendar up I forget what it was I wanted to do. With this thing all I do is right click my mouse to bring up a calendar to enter whet it is that I need to do. Once the item is entered every time you start up firefox a window will come up to remind you of things you have to do in the future. I have been using it to remind me to look up things I find out about in the to do list that is also part of the add-on.
Another one that looks pretty interesting is called "wussap". It is a chat add-on that allows people on the same site to chat. It seems like this would be a great way to have a chat room here at medhelp without really having one. It basically makes a side window in the browser where you can chat with other people on the site that also has the wussap add-on.