This is a lesson that will show you how to install Thunderbird. Thunderbird is an open-source email client that is a free alternative to other email clients such as Mulberry. Thunderbird is available for download by anyone, anywhere. Because it is open-source an infinite number of copies of the software can be legally installed on any number of machines. It has many useful features, such as automatic junk-mail controls and advanced security options.
1.Thunderbird can be downloaded at:
Click the Download Thunderbird image.
When the Opening window appears, select Save to Disk, then click OK. To start download Thunderbird.
Please wait while the Thunderbird installer downloads. When the download is complete, click Open next to the Downloads window entry for Thunderbird. If this window does not automatically appear, press Ctrl j .
Installing Thunderbird. Once the setup program has extracted, the Welcome window will appear. Click Next to begin the Thunderbird installation process.
Read the license agreement, then select I Accept the terms of the License Agreement. Click Next to proceed.Thunderbird.
Select whether you want a Standard or Custominstallation, then click Next. The Standard installation is highly recommended.
Confirm that the options displayed represent your installation preferences. If they do not, click Back and adjust them. Click Next to begin installing Thunderbird.
Please wait while Thunderbird installs. When the installation is complete, you can choose whether you want to launch Thunderbird directly after exiting setup by selecting or deselecting the Launch Mozilla Thunderbird now checkbox. Click Finish to exit the Thunderbird installer. You are now ready to begin using Thunderbird.
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