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If you have websites that you visit frequently or would just like easy access to a website without having to type in its address all the time, here’s how to make a bookmark on the Kindle Fire‘s Silk Browser.

1.  Open the Silk Browser and go to the page you want to bookmark

2.  Tap the “Add Bookmark” icon at the bottom right area of the screen

3.  Tap the page with the plus ( + ) sign

4.  If you’d like you can edit the name of your bookmark.  If not, you can just tap OK and you have just saved the website.

If you want to access all your bookmarks, just tap the bookmark icon at the bottom of your screen.

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Should you buy the Kindle Fire?

If price is a factor to you, you won’t get a better deal for a tablet in terms of features and content.

If you currently own a smart phone, then you know how expensive data plans are, so why would you want to spend on another one?  The Kindle Fire can connect to any Wi-Fi network (they’re everywhere nowadays) and do everything that other tablets do such as surfing the internet, watching movies, playing games, accessing your email, listening to music, sharing photos, etc.

You don’t have to buy Amazon products to surf the internet and you can find many free apps and ebooks as well.

Another great option you get with the Fire, is the choice to purchase an Amazon Prime membership for $79/year  (comes out to $6.58/month) and enjoy unlimited, commercial-free, instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows.

Amazon Prime Members also have access to thousands of books (including more than 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers) to borrow and read for free, as frequently as a book a month with no due dates, from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

That’s the beauty of the Kindle Fire.  Not only is it cheaper than other tablets, you also have some many options to do so much more, but they are not a necessity.

Click on this Kindle Fire link to learn more about it or to purchase one today!

If you’ve been using the Kindle Fire, you probably noticed the internet browser is not as fast as it could be.  This is simply because by default, the browser is set to “Desktop” mode and Flash is enabled.  Follow the steps below and you’ll have your internet browser speed flying in no time:

1.  Open the browser

2.  Press the Menu button at the bottom of the screen

3.  Press the Settings button

4.  Make sure Enable Plug-ins option is set to OFF

5.  Uncheck the Accelerate Page Loading Option

6.  For the Desktop or Mobile View select the Mobile option

These changes let you see the mobile versions of most sites and will make browsing much faster.  Try it and post your comments below to let me know if this made a difference in your browsing speed.