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Waterfox always starts when I need to start Firefox

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Hello,

I installed waterfox to test it, but now when I start firefox, because protonmail.com doesnt support waterfox, it is starting waterfox instead although they are in different folders.

How do I start firefox again without uninstalling waterfox?

thx, fred

OS: Win7-home premium, 64-bit

Hello, I installed waterfox to test it, but now when I start firefox, because protonmail.com doesnt support waterfox, it is starting waterfox instead although they are in different folders. How do I start firefox again without uninstalling waterfox? thx, fred OS: Win7-home premium, 64-bit

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Tyler Downer
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First, you need to update to Firefox 37, you are running Firefox 18. Then, I'd suggest uninstalling waterfox as it is mostly useless and 64bit support will be in Firefox shortly anyway.

First, you need to update to Firefox 37, you are running Firefox 18. Then, I'd suggest uninstalling waterfox as it is mostly useless and 64bit support will be in Firefox shortly anyway.
cor-el
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The startup code of Firefox is the same as Waterfox uses and will detect that a Firefox version is already running and switch to that version, so you would need to use the -no-remote command line switch to run multiple browser versions just like you would with Firefox.

The startup code of Firefox is the same as Waterfox uses and will detect that a Firefox version is already running and switch to that version, so you would need to use the -no-remote command line switch to run multiple browser versions just like you would with Firefox. *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Opening_a_new_instance_of_Firefox_with_another_profile *https://developer.mozilla.org/Mozilla/Multiple_Firefox_Profiles