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I have v.49.0.2. When I now check for updates I see funnel cake onboarding Q3-2016, v.1.2 and mozilla88-values existing 1.0. Do I need these?
When I went to see if there were any Mozilla updates for v.49.0.2 it noted that I needed to restart to update Firefox and seems to indicate that if I do I will receive funnel cake onboarding Q3-2013 v1.2 and mozilla88-values existing 1.0. What the heck is that? Do I need it? I am a minimalist. Can I avoid downloading that stuff just mentioned and just get normal updates? Also when I did click on the update a couple months ago it looked like it was going to be a large file including these two items so I bailed out on it. I just don't want unnecessary software and want to know if I can get normal updates or is it required to download these two items just to get the latest update.
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hi, funnelcake builds are just normal updates with a different label and are used by mozilla for statistical purposes (to measure who user retention rates are developing after the original download of the browser).
To get a "normal" Release version, just download it from here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/
Then uninstall Firefox and install the version you just downloaded. Your user data won't be affected by uninstalling and then reinstalling Firefox; that data is saved away from the Firefox program files.