Firefox is an amazing browser and I’ve been using Firefox for a long time. It is minimalistic and doesn’t cover too much area on your screen. Just like any other browser you can enable full-screen mode in Firefox too. Everyone loves to watch images, or read things in full-screen mode. Today in this post I’m going to explain how to go full screen in your Firefox browser.
If you’re using Google chrome then read our post on how to enable full screen in chrome.
Steps to Enable Full-Screen Mode in Firefox
Follow these steps below to activate full-screen Firefox on Windows, Mac, or Linux.
- First of all open Firefox browser
- Now from the top right side of the screen click on the three horizontal lines which are next to the Firefox account option.
- Now click on the zoom icon (Two arrows in the opposite direction) to enable full screen on your browser
Use the function key to enable full-screen mode
The easiest method to enable full screen is to use the f11 button on the window, on mac press f11, and if you’re using Linux press command + shift + F.
Steps to Exit Firefox full-screen mode
To exit Firefox full-screen mode you can press f11 or you can hover to the top of the screen. Now you’ll get the Firefox option. Click on the three horizontal lines and from the options click on the exit full-screen icon. Doing this will disable full-screen mode on Firefox.
Conclusion : You can easily enable full screen on Firefox by pressing F11. You can also enable full screen mode by click on the three horizontal lines from top right side of screen and then click on the full screen icon.
Press F11 button on windows and Mac to the full screen mode
You can press the f11 button on windows or hover to the top of screen while you are in full screen mode. Now click on the three horizontal lines from the top right side and click on the exit full screen icon.
If you’ve any query related to your web browser let us know from the comment box. If you’re using a Firefox on your pc check our post on how to view and manage Firefox saved password and logins.