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How to Restore Firefox to Its Default Settings and Start Fresh

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2009-06-15-[3].png" />Have you found yourself wishing that you could start fresh with Firefox but the thought of uninstalling and then reinstalling it makes you cringe? Well now you can get that fresh clean Firefox goodness back with a simple process using “Safe Mode”.

How to Sign Into to Multiple Google Accounts at Once

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-08-09-[20-49-04].png" />Would you like to easily access all of your Google accounts without using multiple browsers or special addons? Here’s how you can use the new Google Multiple Sign-in feature to quickly access all your accounts.

How to Access a Web Page When It’s Down

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2009-12-10-[22-28-21].png" />Have you ever needed to access a webpage only to find that the entire website is down? Now you can access the most recent cached version from Google with the Gcache+ extension for Firefox.

How to Enable Desktop Notifications for Google Calendar in Chrome

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-09-11-1-17-18-29.jpg" />One of the primary features that kept me using Outlook’s calendar was the desktop notifications that popped up to remind me when it was time for another boring meeting. Now with Google Calendar and Chrome notifications, I’ll never miss the chance to sleep through another meeting.

How to Import an iCal or .ICS File to Google Calendar

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot4ca99989666d0.jpg" /> Would you like to add an existing calendar to your Google Calendar? Here’s how you can add iCal .ics calendar files or online calendars to your Google Calendar quickly and easily.

How to Stop Websites From Asking For Your Location

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot-2010-05-01-[03-15-13]-[1].png" />The latest release of Google Chrome has geolocation enabled by default, and if you are worried about privacy or just don't want websites to prompt you for your location, we've got the quick details on how to turn it off.