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I have a MacBookPro with OS 10.13.6. In System Preferences/Notifications I have unchecked everything regarding Firefox banners/alerts, etc. But I still get a 2"

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I have a MacBookPro with OS 10.13.6. In System Preferences/Notifications I have unchecked everything regarding Firefox banners/alerts, etc. But I still get a 2" x 3" pop-up in the upper right-hand corner of my screen, with "A new Firefox update is available." I don't want this reminder--I will check for update at my convenience. This is a real nuisance--how do I stop it?

I have a MacBookPro with OS 10.13.6. In System Preferences/Notifications I have unchecked everything regarding Firefox banners/alerts, etc. But I still get a 2" x 3" pop-up in the upper right-hand corner of my screen, with "A new Firefox update is available." I don't want this reminder--I will check for update at my convenience. This is a real nuisance--how do I stop it?

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.13; rv:63.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/63.0

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user633449 1539 solutions 10745 answers

The best way to stop it is to update :) Using an out of date version of Firefox is a very bad idea and will results in issues down the road, so please update ASAP.

As an added bonus, Firefox 64 has some massive performance improvements for Mac.

The best way to stop it is to update :) Using an out of date version of Firefox is a very bad idea and will results in issues down the road, so please update ASAP. As an added bonus, Firefox 64 has some massive performance improvements for Mac.