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Dont Like New Version

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Official Old Version Release http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-older.html

Third Party Copies of Older Versions http://www oldversion com use at your own risk.

Modified by James

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Encouraging users to downgrade is generally a bad idea, as updates provide critical security updates. Please refrain from doing so unless it's for troubleshooting, when all else fails, and the user understands that they may be putting themselves at risk using an old version. Edit: Please see this, this, this, and this for a list of security issues fixed since 3.0.10.

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tanner
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Chosen Solution

Encouraging users to downgrade is generally a bad idea, as updates provide critical security updates. Please refrain from doing so unless it's for troubleshooting, when all else fails, and the user understands that they may be putting themselves at risk using an old version. Edit: Please see this, this, this, and this for a list of security issues fixed since 3.0.10.

Modified by tanner

Question owner

yea i had 4.0 for two weeks and had more security issues than in 1 year with previous versions, dont use scare tactics to market your opinions.