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Mitch Wagner
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Firefox 3 Video Tour: The Awesome AwesomeBar

We're kicking off a series of videos showing off the top features of Firefox 3. This time, we're taking a peek at the AwesomeBar, an updated version of the good old browser location bar, designed to make it easier for you to return to your favorite Web pages again and again. The Awesome Bar is controversial -- many people love it (including me). But others hate it, and for those people, we've got tips for how to disable the AwesomeBar.

We're kicking off a series of videos showing off the top features of Firefox 3. This time, we're taking a peek at the AwesomeBar, an updated version of the good old browser location bar, designed to make it easier for you to return to your favorite Web pages again and again. The Awesome Bar is controversial -- many people love it (including me). But others hate it, and for those people, we've got tips for how to disable the AwesomeBar.

Come back over the next few days for more Firefox 3 videos.

For those of you who prefer that old-style text thing, check out our review of Firefox 3: Review: Firefox 3 Burns Up The Web.

Update 6/27: For a look at a different Firefox 3 feature, check out the next video in the series, "Phishing And Malware Protection." Watch this space for two more installments.

Update 6/30: For another installment in our Firefox tour, check out our video on the browser's new ability to let you zoom Web pages.

Update 7/2: See the video on the new faster bookmarking system in Firefox.

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