Web browsers have become the essential tool when it comes to the Internet. We use them for work, checking e-mail, communications and many other things.
It is therefore important that we want them to start up as quickly as possible and not distract us with unnecessary things.
Browser vendors go the other way - they add different, less useful information as soon as we open a new browser window or a new tab.
Following the steps below you will be able to configure the Mozilla Firefox so that when you open it or open a new tab, you will see a blank page.
As a result, the window will open much faster and you will not be distracted with unnecessary information.
Set an empty page when Firefox starts
Click three dots button in top-right corner
In General section, find When Firefox starts and choose Show a blank page
Set an empty new tab
Click gear icon in top-right corner of a new tab
In New Tab Preferences side tab, uncheck all check-boxes
Finally click Done button at the bottom