Mozilla Firefox, the new version fixes a known bug in Windows

Mozilla Firefox, the new version fixes a known bug in Windows
Mozilla has launched version 82.0.1 of its Firefox browser, solving an annoying bug known for which an unnecessary request to restart Windows appeared during installation.

Although this does not happen during any Firefox installation, there is no real estimate of the number of Windows users who have been affected. Firefox 82.0.1 also fixed another stability issue that has affected users over the past two months, as well as including fixes for printing and Web Driver issues.

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In addition, the new version of Firefox has introduced several performance improvements, reducing both the startup and loading times of the pages. Specifically, websites that use flex-box based layouts will display 20% faster than before. Finally, Firefox 82 is 17% faster when restoring browsing sessions, allowing users to get back to what they were doing more quickly. The opening of new windows in Windows has also been speeded up by about 10%.

If you are interested, you can download Firefox 82.0.1 directly from the following links:

Firefox 82.0.1 for 64-bit Windows Firefox 82.0.1 for 32-bit Windows Firefox 82.0.1 for macOS Firefox 82.0.1 for 64-bit Linux Firefox 82.0.1 for 32-bit Linux Firefox 82.0 .1 for Android We remind you that, starting from Firefox version 74, Mozilla has prevented the installation of extensions using the XPI files placed in the appropriate folder within the main directory of the program. This method, known as sideloading, had the function of allowing developers to distribute a Firefox extension along with their desktop solutions. Developers could configure the app installer to insert an XPI extension file into the browser folder.

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