With Amazon's latest Kindle Fire upgrade, their browser has become much more web friendly. Let's take a look at how the the browsing experience has improved. With this release, you may now utilize the entire Kindle Fire screen for viewing a web page. Given the smaller tablet size compared to an iPad, this is HUGE (literally and figuratively!).
I've also included a couple of other screenshots which should help you use your Kindle Fire browser, including how to easily get rid of the hundreds of tabs that always seem to be open.
You may also be interested in linked to my post: Personalize Your Kindle Fire w/o Rooting. It helps you get rid of the dreaded Amazon Carousel.
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When you open your Kindle Fire browser, you will see four arrows in the bottom right hand corner of your screen. Pressing them maximizes your browser to your full screen. The second screenshot's lightly shaded red area demonstrates how much viewing area you gain.
Browser Default Status
Browser Vewing Maximized.
(press the "up arrow" at the bottom center to return the menus)
Getting rid of all those tabs!
(press and hold on any tab ... this pop up menu appears)
Accessing the browser menu items