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Why did FireFox FORCE a close while we were doing 'secure' internet banking???

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Why did FireFox FORCE a close while we were doing 'secure' internet banking???

Why did FireFox FORCE a close while we were doing 'secure' internet banking???

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silkphoenix 91 solutions 1257 answers

What do you mean by "FORCE a close"? Do you mean "Crash"? If so, is there an error message?

What do you mean by "FORCE a close"? Do you mean "Crash"? If so, is there an error message?

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Firefox did not "crash". A window popped up that said Firefox was going to close. It would not allow any action other than to click "OK". It was not only VERY annoying, it was rude! I do not believe that software should ever act like that. There was no error message, and when I re-opened Firefox, the only pop-up message was one which offered an add-on, called "remember me" or some such #*^##@* thing. -Dave

Firefox did not "crash". A window popped up that said Firefox was going to close. It would not allow any action other than to click "OK". It was not only VERY annoying, it was rude! I do not believe that software should ever act like that. There was no error message, and when I re-opened Firefox, the only pop-up message was one which offered an add-on, called "remember me" or some such #*^##@* thing. -Dave