Posts Tagged ‘Reset Firefox’

Firefox 13 Stable Now Available

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

It looks like a new stable version of Firefox will be available today; here’s what’s included in the latest revision …

Firefox users who run the stable version of the browser may observe a recurring theme every six weeks or so. Six weeks is the interval in which Mozilla releases new major version updates for the browser. These updates land on the Mozilla release ftp server first, before they are moved and distributed to other servers to make sure that all Firefox users running a stable build will have a positive updating experience. The new releases land often days ahead of schedule on the ftp server, and while they are sometimes replaced by newer versions, it is rarely the case that this is happening.


Reset Firefox Has Landed, and It’s Awesome

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Here’s an extremely useful new tool for Firefox users …

Troubleshooting issues that you experience in the Firefox web browser can be an exhausting experience, especially if you can’t pinpoint the issue that you are experiencing to a setting, add-on or particular version of the browser. If Firefox has become slower over time, a lot of things can be responsible, and finding out which can sometimes feel like mission impossible.