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I changed my home page, saved as my choice. Everytime I log in, Firefox makes me choose to continue with my choice. How do i get rid of that?

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I chose my home page. I changed it in the tools. Every time I open Firefox to use the internet, I have to click a radio button that says I want to continue to the home page of my choice. Of course I want to go to the home page of my choice, that's why I took the time to to choose it. Please make this extra step go away.

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Hello, Is this Firefox asking you to confirm your choice of homepage or a website asking you this? Could you perhaps provide a screenshot of this? Thanks.

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Separate Issue; Your System Details shows;

Installed Plug-ins

Shockwave Flash 20.0 r0 Shockwave Flash 18.0 r0
Having more than one version of a program may cause issues. You must remove the older programs. Then get the current full installer.

Flash: Grab the uninstaller from here: Uninstall Flash Player | Windows Uninstall Flash Player | Mac

Then reinstall the latest version.

Flash Player Version
Note: Windows users should download the ‘’’active_x’’’ for “Internet Explorer,” and the ‘’’plugin’’’ for “Plugin-based browsers” (like Firefox).

Note: Windows 8 and Windows 10 have built in flash players and Adobe will cause a conflict.

Adobe still offers Flash as its extended support release further down

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Note: Some software, like Advanced SystemCare with Surfing Protection, can protect files in the Firefox profile folder against changes. If you have such software then check the settings or uninstall this software.

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There are Firefox extensions and other software that protect settings in Firefox like the home page. You would have to check that in Firefox and possibly in the Windows Control Panel if you haven't installed such software intentionally.

Boot the computer in Windows Safe Mode with network support (press F8 on the boot screen) to see if that helps.

You can use the MSConfig program or the Autoruns utility to see what software is getting started.