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After downloading latest Firefox, restored bookmarks, but all are still missing.

bold textAfter downloading latest version of Firefox, lost all bookmarks. Followed instructions on restoring, window showed all restored, but all are still missing. … (read more)

bold textAfter downloading latest version of Firefox, lost all bookmarks. Followed instructions on restoring, window showed all restored, but all are still missing.

Asked by Przybyro 1 year ago

Last reply by Paul 1 year ago

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Make firefox my default browser permanently. Windows10 changes it back when rebooted.

Every time I start the computer or reboot and open firefox I discover that it isn't the default browser, as reported in the firefox settings menu. I then go to Defaults … (read more)

Every time I start the computer or reboot and open firefox I discover that it isn't the default browser, as reported in the firefox settings menu. I then go to Defaults apps in control pannel settings and set Firefox as the default which sets the default to satisfy the setting menu which then reports that firefox is now the default browser. The next time I turn on the machine or reboot and check the settings menu I discover that firefox is not the default web browser. How do I set firefox as the default browser permanently so that I won't have to do this each time I start the computer? Thank You.

Asked by bt.linder 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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Firefox won't stay the default browser

None of this works. 1. There is no key: "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\HTTP\shell\open\command" in the registry. 2. Went through the registry and changed the values of the fo… (read more)

None of this works.

1. There is no key: "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\HTTP\shell\open\command" in the registry.

2. Went through the registry and changed the values of the following keys: .htm, .html, .ttt, .htw, .htx and hxx and every entry to their reference to: "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" then rebooted.

3. After each registry edit and reboot windows10 took a long time to come up with lots of disk activity. This tell me the windows changes all this back!

4. So, how do you fix this??????

Asked by bt.linder 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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can't log in to sertain site

Locking this thread.Please continue here: [/questions/1404866] TO Paul In the address bar red cross padlock sign,when i get adult vaction forum up try to sign in, this c… (read more)

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In the address bar red cross padlock sign,when i get adult vaction forum up try to sign in, this connection is not secure logins entered here could be compromised. Up to month ago was able to go on this site, have been for years, been on holiday with this firm for years.The administrator for the site gave me new susername and password still can't get in.

      WYN

Asked by wynford1 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago

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how to download and install an older version of Firefox

I currently am running FF vers. 109.0.1 64 bit on Win 10 pro. I don't like what I've been reading about the latest update, my machines are old and I'm not ready to upgra… (read more)

I currently am running FF vers. 109.0.1 64 bit on Win 10 pro. I don't like what I've been reading about the latest update, my machines are old and I'm not ready to upgrade so I don't want an even more overloaded/uses up more CPU, etc., version of Firefox. I don't have complex needs in a browser, so some of the "upgrades" haven't been useful for me or have made using FF more difficult.

  I found a list of what I guess are older versions but no information was provided on how to choose a version of say v. 110, to make sure it's the right one for my laptop and/desktop (or the one that will work w/the fewest problems) that it's in English, etc.   
  My impression is that FF is mostly worked on by people who have a variety of needs & interests so increasing sophistication is what they want and that's fine, I'd like to keep using FF w/my current machines, w/as simple a version ,ie., useful for an unsophisticated user.    Is that possible?    If so, I'd like to upgrade to 110 64 bit or perhaps 111 64 bit unless either or both had huge security holes, etc and many users found they weren't very functional.   I do have security software.

Asked by azure7 10 months ago

Last reply by azure7 9 months ago