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If a website requires a secure connection that cannot be established, Firefox will not connect and will show you an error page. Learn more.
Learn more about the latest features on Firefox for Android.
Firefox automatically updates itself by default but you can always do a manual update. Learn how to update Firefox on Windows, Mac or Linux.
You’ll know if an extension is being regularly reviewed if it has one of the badges listed in this article.
Enhanced Tracking Protection in Firefox automatically protects your privacy while you browse.
More information about each permission request you may encounter when installing an extension into Firefox.
Learn more about common misconceptions about Private Browsing in Firefox.
How to change your email address for your Firefox Account.
When you open the Firefox Browser after reaching a certain user milestone, you’re shown a Firefox Browser welcome page in a new tab.
Learn about the risks of installing extensions from third-parties and how to assess the trustworthiness of the source.
Mozilla does not provide telephone support and does not charge for software downloads, upgrades or technical help. Learn more.
Learn more about the end of support for Firefox on Amazon Fire TV and Echo Show.
Options/Preferences panels give you access to Firefox settings. This article describes what types of settings are available in each panel.
Generate a recovery key so you can sign into your Firefox Account to regain access to your synced data, in case you forget your password.
Learn why you might see time-related errors on HTTPS websites and how you can troubleshoot these errors by correcting your system clock.
Page that describes how Firefox detects captive portal networks.
This article describes how to download and install Firefox on Windows.
Firefox issues an insecure password warning when a web page's login form is not secure and your information could be stolen.
Firefox shows you a warning page about a potential security risk when you try to connect to a secure site but your connection is not secure.
Windows 10 may interrupt your Firefox install with a warning about "Microsoft-verified apps". Firefox is safe to install and use, so choose "install anyway".