How to Enable Autofill in Mozilla Firefox address bar like Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox is a great browser to surf the web. There is auto-complete feature activated when we type any url(website name) in address bar which shows us a list of similar urls and we can select any of those suggested … Continue reading

How to Enable Autofill in Mozilla Firefox address bar like Google Chrome

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9 Responses to How to Enable Autofill in Mozilla Firefox address bar like Google Chrome

  1. Girish says:

    It still doesn’t work in my firefox (11.0)….
    plz help…

    • firefox says:

      Did you follow the procedure exactly as described above? I have tested in firefox 11 and it works flawlessly..

      • Anurag says:

        even i could get through this in 11.0
        The changes I made to single-click-selects-all worked fine but not this default-autocomplete

  2. Girish says:

    Its working for 2-3 websites…not for all…
    would it adapt later on as the number of visits to a particular website increases….??

  3. Atul says:

    Unlike Google Chrome You have to write www before adding any website name.
    That’s Annoying!!!
    That’s the only thing which still i can say chrome is better!
    Otherwise Firefox is way better than any other browser!!!

    • firefox says:

      No, You don’t have to write http://www.. Firefox automatically appends www to any url if needed.. Another way to do this is pressing shift + enter = This will add http:// and .com to any word in the address bar.. Pressing ctrl + enter = This will add http://www. and .com to any word in the url bar..

  4. Simran says:

    hey,
    firefox rocks….its the king of browsers,
    but what about shockwave, does new version is able to ignore shockwave crashes?
    due to this problem i switched to chrome….but it got worst?

    suggest me what to do?

  5. Bes says:

    Thanks a lot for this information. I did not want to install an add-on just for this.

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