How to Browse Image free / Text Only on Chrome / Moziila

How to browse image free:– Whenever you browse on the web,it is obvious that you come across many images.But not all of them will be equally essential for you.You often ignore most of them.The images that  are getting loaded automatically in the browsers, consume a lot of bandwidth and adds to much of network traffic,which is not much desirable. This also helps in faster browsing of the web. You can stop the auto loading in various commonly used browsers like Chrome, Firefox,etc.

Thus,let us take you to the options you need to toggle upon,to enable the purpose.

If chrome is the browser of your choice,then navigate through the below mentioned steps.

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How to Disable Images that get Auto loaded in Google Chrome

Step 1:

Open up the Chrome browser, and towards the extreme right on the top,you find an icon with three horizontal lines.Click on it and open the Settings option.

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Step 2:

Scroll down on the Window page that appear to choose the option, Show Advanced Settings.

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Step 3:

Under that option,another list of options appear, out of which you will need to select the Privacy option.You will find below that, two newer options,Content Settings and Clear Browsing Data.Click on the Content Settings option.

Step 4:

Under the title named Images,you will have to click on the radio button,Do not show any images which will automatically turn off the other.Click on the Done button once you finish it.

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How to Disable images that get Auto Loaded in Mozilla Firefox

Step 1:

Open up the Firefox browser and type in the address bar, about:config

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Step 2:

A message window pops us regarding your warranty.Accept the message in order to move to the Settings page.

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Step 3:

The settings page now contains a series of options which you can modify.Scroll down to see the permissions.default.image option.Click on it and you will see a text box.Change the number present there to 2.

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Step 4:

Now open up any web page and you will see that images don’t get auto loaded themselves.

Hope this was useful to you.Now hurry up to save your bandwidth and enjoy fast browsing!

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