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Add your own background image to your Firefox browser

Browser Backgrounds is a Firefox add-on that lets you add any background image to your browser. Think about having your favorite music band or NBA player backgrounds right on your browser window, without leaving the browser and stopping the web experience even for one second.

Installing backgrounds ranging from your favorite Football player to Hollywood stars is just a matter of seconds. You can even install your own photos on your browser. Just install the extension, restart your browser and enjoy the new backgrounds.

To add your own background image, right click the button show at the bottom right section of your screen and click on ‘Browse Background’. Now you can add a collection of photos by clicking on ‘Add new collection’ or can add any image into any collection by clicking on “Add’ button after selecting a ‘Collection”.

Don’t forget to resize the image according to your screen size before adding it to the extension.

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