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Mozilla releases Firefox 78.6.1 ESR with bug fixes -

Mozilla releases Firefox 88.0.1 for desktop with bug fixes –

The Mozilla Foundation today released an unplanned update to version 88.0.1 for the Firefox browser for Windows, MacOS and Linux. This update indicates a problem with a recent plug-in update that prevents some purchased video content from playing properly. There are also bug fixes and improvements, which can be found below. Last but not least, Mozilla covers the CVE-2021-29952 and CVE-2021-29952 vulnerabilities in Firefox. Details on security holes covered with Firefox 88.0.1 can be found here Here. Users who have installed an older version will receive an update automatically. You can download the update from here Help -> via Firefox -> Update to version 88.0.1 Can be loaded manually. More information about this update can be found below or from Mozilla.

Download -> Download Firefox 88.0.1 for Windows, MacOS and Linux

Firefox version 88.0.1 for desktop is now available for download from Mozilla:

Download Firefox version 88.0.1 for Windows, MacOS and Linux:

Version 88.0.1 of Firefox includes the following new features and improvements:

  • Fixed an issue with the latest Whitewine plugin update that prevented some purchased video content from working properly (error 1705138)
  • Fixed corruption of videos on Twitter or WebRTC calls on some Gen 6 Intel graphics chipsets (error 1708937).
  • Fixed menulists in options are unreadable to users enabled in high contrast mode (error 1706496)
  • Various consistency and Security fixes.

Frequently Asked Questions after updating Firefox

Mozilla Foundation developers make Firefox for Windows, MacOS and Linux available in multiple languages. Note that installing Firefox will overwrite your existing version of Firefox. Your bookmarks or diary will not be lost. However, some extensions and other add-ons will no longer work until appropriate updates or updates are available.

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