Once you have uninstalled firefox from your mac, you will be able to use it again in the future. It is not a hard process.
To remove firefox from your mac, you need to delete the file named “firefox”. This is done by going to the file manager and selecting “delete file”. Next, go back to the file manager and select “open” to open the file manager. You will now see a line that reads “remove file firefox”.
In the end, deleting this file will actually remove firefox, but it won’t uninstall it completely. You will still have the same firefox installed on your mac. To uninstall firefox completely, you will first need to remove the folder that contains the current version of firefox.
The easiest way to remove firefox is to go to the folder you installed firefox from.
For our purposes, we can remove the files firefox.exe and firefox.default.dmg.
The folder firefox contains an icon-file called firefox.default.
The firefox icon file is also called firefox.exe. This file is used to create a new firefox window. The file is very simple, only includes the firefox.default.conf file. The firefox.default.conf file includes the firefox.exe, firefox.default.dmg.
To remove firefox, open the folder you installed firefox from. You can do this by right clicking on the folder and selecting the option ‘Show in Finder’, or by going to the folder in the Finder and double-clicking the icon. It is important to note that the firefox icon file is only used to create a new firefox window. It does not actually remove firefox.
But if you do this, what happens to the cache folder? The cache folder is basically a big (and confusing) directory that contains all the cached files on the Mac. It is used by all sorts of programs, including the browser. If you want to remove the cache folder, you can do this by right-clicking on the firefox icon and selecting the option Show in Finder, or by going to the firefox folder in the Finder and double-clicking the icon.