With its old name Mozilla or a well-known name, Firefox is a very popular browser. Firefox is an opensource browser that respects user rights and privacy. In this tutorial, we will look at Mozilla Firefox Update for operating systems Windows, Ubuntu, Kali, Debian, Mint, Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat.
Update Firefox For Windows
Firefox can be updated by downloading the new version from the internet or using the following menus. Click Help -> About Firefox -> Restart Firefox to Update will restart the Firefox and install a new version before the start.
Update Firefox For Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali
We can use package manager
apt for Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, and Kali distributions. We will update the Firefox package as below.
$ sudo apt upgrade firefox
Update Firefox For Fedora, CentOS, RedHat
We can use
yum package manager in order to update Firefox package in Fedora, CentOS, RedHat or
yum based distros.
$ sudo yum update firefox
Change Update Settings
For Windows Firefox updates are automatically gathered from server by default. Linux side have package manager and do not have Update setting. We can change the update settings for Windows and disable automatic update from
Automatically Install Updateswill download and install updates without asking.
Check for updates, but let you choose whether to install themoption will download updates and ask for us to install an update.
Never check for updateswill never check or download any update where we should to all job manually