The latest version of Mozilla Firefox, 27, has been released yesterday and now it's available for Ubuntu 14.04 users. In case you are using the daily build of Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr), you might notice that you can update Firefox to version 27. You don't have to do anything special, just upgrade your system and restart Firefox in order to get the new version.
A couple of days back, we reported that Firefox 5.0 was available ahead of its scheduled release date in Mozilla’s FTP server. Well, today it has landed in the firefox-next PPA that Mozilla maintains for early adopters.
I downloaded Fedora 20 within the last month. When I use Google Docs it squawks about an updated version of Firefox. The version that I am using is 25. When I go to the Firefox entry in the Software applicaiton it only gives me an option to remove. Is Fedora only supporting or blessing the 25 version of Firefox at this time?
Here is the download link for Firefox 3.6.8 for Windows. Update your Firefox installation to this latest version to get more speed, more protection and more power with this new Firefox 3.6.8. This new version comes with new speed and truly its significantly increased compared to previous version.
I was using firefox 28.0 on ubuntu 14.04. So I went to the firefox website and downloaded the latest version of firefox. I then extracted and ran firefox. However when I type firefox in the search box and open it still opens the older version? What do I have to do to reflect the changes?
I am a completely new user of Fedora. I just installed Fedora 14. I know that is old but I have to use it because some of my simulation software only work in Fedora 14.
My problem is about update Firefox.
My current version is 3.6.24. I went to this page to download the latest firefox.