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This link http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html was displaying a page in which I could choose to download and install any version. The link doesn't display the same page as before. Is there another link?

This link http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all.html was displaying a page in which I could choose to download and install any version. The link doesn't display the same page as before. Is there another link?
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You can find still them on the CDN server just like before.

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Hello Hasan Yes, on the same link you shared on the right half of it, you can now choose the type of browser, language and OS, as attached.

Hope this helps.

Hello Hasan Yes, on the same link you shared on the right half of it, you can now choose the type of browser, language and OS, as attached. Hope this helps.
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cor-el
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You can right-click the download button and use "Save Link As" to get a link to download this version.

If you want the real link to the CDN server then open the Network Monitor before clicking the download button to see an entry for the download request and a request for downloading the file from the CDN server.

You can right-click the download button and use "Save Link As" to get a link to download this version. If you want the real link to the CDN server then open the Network Monitor before clicking the download button to see an entry for the download request and a request for downloading the file from the CDN server. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Tools/Network_Monitor
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Thank you guys for reply, but I was asking about how to offline download older versions such as Mozilla Firefox 68.0, not the latest version.

Thank you guys for reply, but I was asking about how to offline download older versions such as Mozilla Firefox 68.0, not the latest version.

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You can find still them on the CDN server just like before.

You can find still them on the CDN server just like before. *https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/
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You can also edit the download link and change the Firefox version in the link to request a different version.

You can also edit the download link and change the Firefox version in the link to request a different version. *https://download.mozilla.org/?product=firefox-68.0.2&os=win64&lang=en-US
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Thanks a lot cor-el.

Thanks a lot cor-el.
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