Three months ago when using Firefox version 15.01 I asked the very same question (which is still posted here at Firefox support at >> https://support.mozilla.org/e… (ulteriori informazioni)
Three months ago when using Firefox version 15.01 I asked the very same question (which is still posted here at Firefox support at >> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/933437?esab=a&s=why+does+firefox+update+my+browser&r=7&as=s << ) wondering why my browser was being updated despite being configured never to be updated and was told;
All Firefox 15's are beta right now. The Stable version of Firefox (right now) is Firefox 14.0.1. Go to www.getfirefox.com, and download the release version of Firefox there. Then uninstall Beta, and install the Release version you downloaded.*
I apologized for my ignorance and switched to the most recent stable version 16.01 and true to Firefox Support's word, haven't had my browser updated since...... the last few days when I first noticed the browser was configured to be updated. I was upset by this discovery but let it go, leaving it to some one-time glitch. But when I logged again, the configuration never to be updated that I set my Firefox version 16.01 to was again configured to having the browser updated.
I logged on and off numerous times since and every time despite having it set to never to be updated was back in the update position.
So, my question is, despite using the stable 16.01 version, how do I prevent Firefox from updating my browser and even more troublesome, how do I prevent it from switching back on after i turn browser update off?
I love Firefox too much ever to give it up, don't like Chrome, certainly not IE whatever version
having been a Firefox user since 2005.
Any help, assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated.