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Can I download the latest Mozilla Firefox browser on an old HP laptop?

Please I want to know if I can download the latest version of Mozilla Firefox browser on my HP laptop, also to know if it is safe. HP Notebook Model - NX-8220 Window… (read more)

Please I want to know if I can download the latest version of Mozilla Firefox browser on my HP laptop, also to know if it is safe.

HP Notebook 

Model - NX-8220 Window - XP professional

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Asked by emmaicqc 7 months ago

Last reply by Faraz Borghei 7 months ago

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GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox

I am using Firefox 56 and getting this message I wanted to post a workaround for any having same problem using browser console Services.prefs.setCharPref('general.user… (read more)

I am using Firefox 56 and getting this message

I wanted to post a workaround for any having same problem

using browser console

   Services.prefs.setCharPref('general.useragent.override', 'Mozilla (rv:32) Gecko/0 Firefox/59');

Asked by svnpenn 2 years ago

Last reply by James 2 years ago

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Firefox version 39 only shows blank page for one specific url

I have upgraded my browser to firefox version 39. We were previously on version 31. This url worked fine before but since the upgrade, it just returns a blank page, no so… (read more)

I have upgraded my browser to firefox version 39. We were previously on version 31. This url worked fine before but since the upgrade, it just returns a blank page, no source no nothing. If I search on google for the url and try to click it, the tab flashes "connecting" but nothing happens. I remain on the search page.

Asked by prelator2 2 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 2 years ago

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Irregular Disk Caching on Mac - Where do these files go???

I've noticed from time to time that Firefox doesn't place cache files in the normal ~/Library/Caches location. On rebooting, I cannot also locate any cache components (l… (read more)

I've noticed from time to time that Firefox doesn't place cache files in the normal ~/Library/Caches location. On rebooting, I cannot also locate any cache components (like startupCache.*.big) in a "Recovered files" folder in the trash. So in a case like this were the heck do these caches go and how can I get rid of them. I have an SSD that is about half full and the last thing I need is to have it filling up with stupid temporary internet files.

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Asked by avalbrec 2 years ago

Last reply by avalbrec 2 years ago