We spend a lot of time in front of our computers. So the better it is set up for Japanese, the more likely we will be to actually view Japanese. Over the next few posts I will be showing you how to setup your browser to make it easy to view and read Japanese pages like a pro even if you just starting to learn. The starting point is the Internet browser itself.
Firefox is a great browser for learning Japanese because of it’s ability to add additional abilities by adding on different modules. After just a few clicks you will have the ability to read Japanese and Kanji even if you don’t know how yet. Firefox has also been around for some time and is very stable.
If you aren’t already using Firefox, then you will need to download and install it on your computer. It’s a completely free program and you can download it here: Firefox.
So go ahead and get it installed. The next post will be covering how to add features that will allow you to easy read Japanese pages.
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