Today Mozilla released another unscheduled update to version 95.0.1 for the Firefox browser for Windows, macOS and Linux. This update fixes bugs found in previous versions: Common MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_OCSP_RESPONSE_FOR_CERT_MISSING bug fixes when trying to connect to different microsoft.com domains. In addition, Mozilla took care of troubleshooting the common Windows shutdown. There are also bug fixes, which can be found below. Users who have installed an older version of Firefox will automatically receive an update. You can download the update Help -> via Firefox -> Update to version 95.0.1 Can also be loaded manually. More information about this update can be found below or from Mozilla.
Download -> Download Firefox 95.0.1 for Windows, macOS and Linux
Firefox version 95.0.1 for desktop is now available for download from Mozilla:
Download Firefox version 95.0.1 for Windows, macOS and Linux:
Version 95.0.1 of Firefox has the following new features and improvements:
- Fix frequent Windows shutdown crashes (error 1738984).
- Fix WebRender malfunction on some Linux / X11 systems (error 1741956).
- Fix various issues with websites for some Linux users in Dark Mode set to OS level (Error 1740518).
- Fixed frequent MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_OCSP_RESPONSE_FOR_CERT_MISSING error messages when trying to connect to various microsoft.com domains (error 1745600).
Frequently Asked Questions After Updating Firefox
The developers of the Mozilla Foundation make Firefox for Windows, macOS and Linux available in multiple languages. Note that installing Firefox will overwrite your current version of Firefox. Your bookmarks or diary will not be lost. However, some extensions and other add-ons will not work until appropriate updates or updates are available.
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