How to Install ActiveX in Firefox
ActiveX, a mechanism used by Internet Explorer (IE) to load other applications such as Windows Media Player, Flash and QuickTime, is currently not supported by Mozilla Firefox. However, you can download a third-party ActiveX plug-in for Firefox that is designed to support ActiveX. Using this third-party plug-in will enable Firefox to operate ActiveX similarly to Internet Explorer.
Things You'll Need
- Internet access
- Mozilla Firefox browser
Get started on installing the ActiveX plug-in for Mozilla Firefox by opening your Firefox web browser. Since Mozilla Firefox does not currently support ActiveX, you will have to use the plug-in of ActiveX instead.
To download the ActiveX plug-in, see the third link under References below. Match the Firefox browser version you have to the correct ActiveX plug-in.
Install the ActiveX plug-in that matches your browser version. Not every plug-in for ActiveX will work with each of the different browser version, so make sure you match them accordingly or you may run into compatibility issues.
Restart the browser once you have completely installed the ActiveX plug-in for Mozilla Firefox. You may be prompted to restart your computer to fully install the feature.