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Upgrade to 123.0 Is a Disaster

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I've just been upgraded to Firefox 123.0 on my PC and it has not gone well. 1. None of my opened tabs were there. There was just 1 tabs announcing the new version.. 2. I tried to sync from my laptop and the tabs all say "New Tab". When I "Select All Tabs" and Refreshed, they just continuously circle and do not load. This is the worst upgrade I have ever seen. The browser is totally useless now, because I cant get anything to run. Can I go back to a prior version?

I've just been upgraded to Firefox 123.0 on my PC and it has not gone well. 1. None of my opened tabs were there. There was just 1 tabs announcing the new version.. 2. I tried to sync from my laptop and the tabs all say "New Tab". When I "Select All Tabs" and Refreshed, they just continuously circle and do not load. This is the worst upgrade I have ever seen. The browser is totally useless now, because I cant get anything to run. Can I go back to a prior version?
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Try changing DNS over HTTPS (DoH) to "Off" or "Max Protection" and in Connection Settings change "Use system proxy settings" to "No proxy".

Does it still happen in Troubleshoot Mode?

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Yes, it happens, but you can try to manually restore the session. I had 2 versions of Firefox and Waterfox fail to restore my session yesterday.

Restore session manually: Close Firefox when you're ready to make file name changes. In the sessionstore-backup folder in your profile folder. see screenshot Find the largest file before the issue happened. Change it to sessionstore.jsonlz4. Move it to the profile folder replacing the current file and then open Firefox. It should restore the session from that time period.

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I wound up uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox. That proved to be the answer. But, what a pain. Thanx everyone for your responses.

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Mark it as resolved and have a good day.

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