[Quick Tip] Get Back Firefox Website Thumbnails on the New Tab Page Sandeep Agarwal 06 Nov 2012 If you have the thumbnail view activated for Firefox’s new tab page then you should see thumbnails (or pictures) of the websites that you visit frequently. These pictures are cached and retained in temporary files (like thumbs.db files for Windows).However, at times you will notice that they have disappeared all of a sudden. The reason could be that you have manually (intentionally or accidently) or automatically (when the browser closes) cleared the browser history and/or cache.Note: Thumbnails never get rendered for websites beginning with https in order to prevent secure information from being traced. Here’s how to get them back.Step 1: Open Firefox and hit on the + button on the tab strip.Step 2: On the new tab page click on a blank thumbnail to go that particular website. Remember to do that using left-click. Doing a right-click and opening the web page on a new tab won’t help.Step 3: Wait till the page completely loads (i.e. till the green icon comes to a complete halt).Step 4: Now open the new tab page again. The thumbnails are back, right? Let us know if this helps. This worked for me and should work for you too.Top Image Credit: nikoretro Last updated on 8 Feb, 2018 The above article may contain affiliate links which help support Guiding Tech. However, it does not affect our editorial integrity. The content remains unbiased and authentic.Read Next A Guide to Customizing the New Tab Page in Google Chrome Some cool ways to customize the new tab page in Google #Chrome. Top 4 Fixes for Google Meet Screen Share Not Working on Firefox Facing trouble while sharing your screen to attendees in a Google Meet presentation on your Firefox browser? Here are four (4) quick and easy ways to fix the issue on Mac and Windows. How to Remove Saved Passwords on Firefox Do you want to remove that irrelevant login info entries from the #Firefox #browser? Read the post to learn how to remove saved passwords on #Firefox. Firefox vs Brave: Which Browser Is Better on Android #Firefox and Brave are two of the best third-party browsers on #Android. Here's our in-depth #comparison between #Firefox and Brave for Android to help you pick the best one. How to Import Chrome Bookmarks and Passwords to Firefox Looking to switch from #Chrome to #Firefox? Here's how to import your Chrome #bookmarks and #passwords to #Firefox on #Windows 10 and #Mac. Top 3 Ways to Import Safari Bookmarks to Firefox on Mac and Windows Want to switch from #Safari to #Firefox #browser? Read the post to find the top three ways to import the #Bookmarks from #Safari to #Firefox. Top 6 Safari Alternatives for Mac Looking for an alternative web #browser to #Safari on the #Mac? Here are six top-notch web browsers for you to try out. Firefox Send vs Dropbox Transfer vs WeTransfer: Which Sharing Service is Better #Firefox, #Dropbox, and WeTransfer offer capable file sharing service. Read the #comparison below to find the best option for you.