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WHY IS THERE SO MANY UPDATES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu user633449

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WHY IS THERE SO MANY UPDATES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You're on the beta release channel, switch to stable here: https://firefox.com - for less frequent updates (every 6 weeks instead of every week)

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The Firefox 60.0 you have is currently on the Beta development channel as Fx 60.0 is not scheduled for Release until May 9. The current build is 60.0b14

A version on the Beta channel can have say nine to fourteen builds. If you download a Firefox file with say b14 on end of version then that means it was the fourteenth Beta build of that version.

Okulungisiwe ngu James

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Note that you need to install the full Firefox version if you want to switch the update channel.

The beta update channel updates twice a week. Nightly updates twice a day or possibly more if a respin is required.

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FED UP with Firefox's UNANNOUNCED UPDATES - FAR TOO FREQUENT.

U S E R - H O S T I L E.

Received 62.0.,3 today with NO warning, NO opportunity to review changes before accepting it.

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Firefox updates automatically to keep you and all other users safe, secure and on the latest version. 62.0.3 was a security update, so it's important to push those out as soon as possible.

You can read the changes in 62.0.3 at https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/62.0.3/releasenotes/