Message Banners Upon Opening Firefox for Windows 10
I'm surprised that a community-based web developer would flood its users with constant messages. I'm referring to when I open Firefox for Windows, and constantly receive message banners at the bottom of the browser. You'd half expect it from a commercial web developer, but even they refrain from doing that.
Please stop this practice as it's very annoying and distracting. Perhaps a menu option for "Suggestions" where the user may opt to view such messages is a better idea than thrusting them constantly on the user.
In better news, I've noticed Firefox is a faster, less clunky browser than it has been in the past - good work :)
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Screenshots of the issue would help.
If you mean on the built-in Firefox Home / new tab page, the messages at the bottom are called snippets. This article describes how to manage the sections of the page: Hide or display content in New Tab.