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what is the latest desktop version of Firefox and how do I get the offline installation file?

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I'm several versions behind on updating Firefox, seems like they change every month. I went up to download the setup stub and it immediately started installing whatever version the new Firefox is. I used to download a real offline installation file with the version number in the file name. I have 5 PCs in the house to do and I try to install the same version of any software on all of them.

What is the big secret about showing the version I am downloading and giving me the chance to download the fullup offline installation file. The way it is now I won't know the version to be installed until it is installed!

I'm several versions behind on updating Firefox, seems like they change every month. I went up to download the setup stub and it immediately started installing whatever version the new Firefox is. I used to download a real offline installation file with the version number in the file name. I have 5 PCs in the house to do and I try to install the same version of any software on all of them. What is the big secret about showing the version I am downloading and giving me the chance to download the fullup offline installation file. The way it is now I won't know the version to be installed until it is installed!

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The full offline setups for Windows has always been on the other systems and languages page. www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/

The online stub installers for Windows has existed since Firefox 18.0. More recently ithe stubs will install 64-bit (Win64) by default if your system supports Win64.

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The full offline setups for Windows has always been on the other systems and languages page. www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/

The online stub installers for Windows has existed since Firefox 18.0. More recently ithe stubs will install 64-bit (Win64) by default if your system supports Win64.

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You can download the full installer at https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/

I'd suggest making sure your computers all automatically update, to keep them secure in the future.

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Sorry about that, Found out there was another link to click which took me to the full download. It shows as advanced options on the first download page. Had a shortcut to the all page but lost track of it.

I allow very few things to automatically update except my security software, I'm an old man that's been burned too many times by problems updates. I purposely let my FX go as I examined other browsers. Now I want to see what FX has gotten to.

Thanks anyways, the link you gave me was what I really wanted.

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