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    Latest Firefox released for Windows [2]





    Firefox Release Version: 90.0.2
    Release Date: July 22, 2021

    FTP Download Page:
    (32-bit) Directory Listing: /pub/firefox/releases/90.0.2/win32/en-US/
    (64-bit) Directory Listing: /pub/firefox/releases/90.0.2/win64/en-US/

    32-bit and 64-bit Download Page: Mozilla Firefox Web Browser - Download Firefox in your language - Mozilla

    Release Notes: Firefox Release Notes

    Fixed
    Fixed truncated output when printing (bug 1720621)
    Fixed menu styling on some Gtk themes (bug 1720441, bug 1720874)

    Changed
    Updates to support DoH Canada rollout



    Firefox BETA Version: 91.0b7
    Release Date: July 26, 2021

    FTP Download Page:
    (32-bit) Directory Listing: /pub/firefox/releases/91.0b7/win32/en-US/
    (64-bit) Directory Listing: /pub/firefox/releases/91.0b7/win64/en-US/

    32-bit and 64-bit Download Page: Mozilla Firefox Beta Web Browser - Download Firefox Beta in your language - Mozilla

    Release Notes: Firefox Release Notes



    Firefox Nightly Version: 92.0a1
    Release Date: July 12, 2021

    32-bit and 64-bit Download Page: Mozilla Firefox Nightly Web Browser - Download Firefox Nightly in your language - Mozilla

    FTP Download Page: Directory Listing: /pub/firefox/nightly/mozilla-central/

    Release Notes: Firefox Nightly Release Notes

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  3. Brink's Avatar
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  4. Edwin's Avatar
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    Enable dark UI in Firefox 68.0.1:

    In about:config toggle browser.in-content.dark-mode to True...

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  5. Wynona's Avatar
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    Edwin said:
    Enable dark UI in Firefox 68.0.1:

    In about:config toggle browser.in-content.dark-mode to True...

    Latest Firefox released for Windows [2]-001397.png
    Didn't work, Edwin.

    It came up automatically in dark mode on my desktop, but changing it didn't make it work on Lappy.
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    I have been using the standard released version of Firefox....I was looking at the beta version...Any real advantages (or disadvantages) to using it over the standard, released version? Is it stable enough to use as a main browser? Lastly, can you run both released firefox and beta as two separate browsers or do you have to replace one with the other?
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    Craig said:
    I have been using the standard released version of Firefox....I was looking at the beta version...Any real advantages (or disadvantages) to using it over the standard, released version? Is it stable enough to use as a main browser? Lastly, can you run both released firefox and beta as two separate browsers or do you have to replace one with the other?
    By default the beta version of Firefox will overwrite your existing release version, however if you create a custom directory named Firefox Beta (or any name of your choice) and install to there it should leave your existing release version alone.
    I've used nothing but beta releases for the last five years and apart from the odd minor bug have not had any problems running it as my main browser.
    As for advantages, you get to see any new features early. Disadvantages you can encounter the occasional bug.
    Have a read of this article Using Release, ESR, Beta, Aurora, and/or Nightly together. • mozillaZine Forums
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  8. Posts : 412
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    Thanks Doogie....very clear explanation...I think i may give it a go then as i kind of like the idea of being a "step ahead" as it were...LOL
    What i will do is uninstall my current Firefox and then install the beta...run with it for a period of time and if it seems to be ok for main browser use on my computer, keep it...otherwise, i can always go back to the current version again...

    Or do you think it would be better to let the beta overwrite the one i have now? I would imagine it probably doesn't make too much difference?
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  9. CountMike's Avatar
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    Craig said:
    Thanks Doogie....very clear explanation...I think i may give it a go then as i kind of like the idea of being a "step ahead" as it were...LOL
    What i will do is uninstall my current Firefox and then install the beta...run with it for a period of time and if it seems to be ok for main browser use on my computer, keep it...otherwise, i can always go back to the current version again...

    Or do you think it would be better to let the beta overwrite the one i have now? I would imagine it probably doesn't make too much difference?
    If you let beta overwrite regular one it will keep all settings, bookmarks and add-ons.
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    That would be the better way to go...If i should eventually decide to return to the regular released version, would that overwrite the beta in the same manner?
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