Ended up with Firefox 67 and 68 on Win 10, can I delete just one of them in Programs section? Do not want to totally uninstall Firefox, just one of the versions
Think this happened during CCCleaner "update" which wanted to change me to their browser. Want to keep v67 and then can update to next version.
But...when I went to uninstall 67 it sounded like Windows was going to delete all of Firefox, not just version 67. That scares me. Can I delete just the unwanted version somehow?Read this answer in context 0
Additional System Details
- Shockwave Flash 32.0 r0
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:67.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/67.0
You should be running Firefox 68, the most recent version. Any other versions can be removed.
Note, please be careful with CCleaner, it tends to break things and do stuff it shouldn't. Windows Disk cleanup is just as good and doesn't break things
Thanks for your help. CCleaner off my list since it tried to hijack my browser choice. And I was looking for tricks but that got by me. Will delete 67 and hope it doesn't take valuable stuff with it. There's always a backup.
But...when I went to uninstall 67 it sounded like Windows was going to delete all of Firefox, not just version 67. That scares me. Can I delete just the unwanted version somehow?