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Every time I start up Firefox after the update, the "What's new in Firefox" tab loads, how do I make it go away?

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I updated to this latest version, and now every time I start up my browser, in addition to my normal homepage, the "What's New in Firefox" tab comes up, as if I just installed the update.

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Hi,

You may have to delete the address , if it is listed in Tools (Alt + T) > Options > General > Home Page.

Options > General

All about Tools > Options

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It's not listed as a homepage (one of the first things I checked) Also, I've realized that reverting to a default homepage is not saving my preferences, so I'll be checking out that fix now. Maybe that has something to do with the update tab showing up every time.

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Like bdoomed, I have precisely the same problem.

Knew enough to do customary trouble shoot. Moz Start was never listed in start tab or home tab. I have checked this repeatedly and also changed these multiple times. It always reverts to showing blank but the Mozilla Start page loads anyway.

I also do not have session mgr activated. The Mozilla Start comes up every single time. It also visibly shows the checking of add-ons before Firefox loads in a way that is much slower and more obvious than any other version. Very strange behavior. I will try to revert to an earlier version.

Wally


bdoomed wrote:

Every time I start up Firefox after the update, the "What's new in Firefox" tab loads, how do I make it go away?

I updated to this latest version, and now every time I start up my browser, in addition to my normal homepage, the "What's New in Firefox" tab comes up, as if I just installed the update.

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It would be helpful if someone could provide the listing of the Firefox installation folder. It should be easy from a command prompt. After browsing (eg. cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox" ) to the Firefox installation folder (Mozilla Firefox) in the command prompt, typing dir /SOD > a.txt would create a text file named a in the Firefox installation folder with the contents of the folder sorted date wise and that contents can be pasted here. Type cd/? and dir/? for detailed info on the commands.

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Did you try to remove the prefs files (prefs.js and possible prefs-##.js files with a number)?