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Firefox EPUB Reader
by Ron Kurtus (9 August 2011)
You can read ebooks in the EPUB format directly from the Firefox Internet browser with the EPUBReader add-on for Firefox. After you download and install the plug-in, you can read EPUB files stored on your computer or downloading and opening files from some other website. Note that EPUBReader only supports EPUB files without DRM protection.
Questions you may have include:
- How do you download the add-on?
- How do you read files in Firefox?
- What other features are there?
This lesson will answer those questions.
The download is relatively quick and hassle-free.
Reading EPUB files
Once you have EPUBReader installed, you can read EPUB files that are on your hard drive by opening the Firefox browser and dragging the EPUB file into the Firefox window. You can also download files from other websites. They will be then be opened in Firefox.
In either case, the EPUB files cannot have Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection.
Some of the other features of EPUBReader includes a Navigation bar, where you can access your catalog of EPUB books. It also has Save, Bookmark, and Zoom buttons.
The Table of Contents includes Preferences and Help buttons.
The EPUBReader add-on for Firefox allows you to read ebooks in the EPUB format directly from the Firefox Internet browser. After you download and install the plug-in, you can read EPUB files stored on your computer or downloading and opening files from some other website. The add-on also has several other handy features.
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