When you are browsing on Mozilla Firefox, you may find yourself on a website that has to refresh for you to see the latest information. If this happens frequently enough, you may want to set your browser to reload automatically.
Let’s take a look at how to set Mozilla Firefox to refresh automatically.
Click on the Firefox Icon
Open the Mozilla Firefox web browser on your chosen computer or device. Click the orange Firefox icon in the top-left corner of your browser.
In the drop-down list, choose ‘Options’. From the new list that appears, choose the ‘Advanced’ option. Navigate to the ‘Accessibility’ section of the window and click on the ‘General’ tab.
Remove the Checkmark
Remove the checkmark next to the section ‘Warn me when websites try to redirect or reload the page’. By removing this option, your browser will now automatically refresh web pages.
If you would like to have some more features when it comes to refreshing your webpages, such as setting the refresh intervals, it might be worth considering a Firefox add-on. A few free add-ons enable you to refresh pages, set reload intervals, and more automatically. You could look at Tab Auto Reload or Auto Refresh as optional add-ons that have these extra features.
Keep on Track With All the Latest Information Automatically
By enabling automatic refresh of web pages in your Mozilla Firefox web browser, you can ensure to stay on top of all the latest up-to-the-minute information from around the world. Enable automatic reload now and remove the need to refresh pages to see the newest content manually.