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Install Firefox Extended Support Release. Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) is an official version of Firefox developed for large organizations like universities and businesses. Firefox ESR does not come with the latest features but it has the latest security and stability fixes. Each plugin is loaded separately from Firefox in a plugin-container.exe process, allowing the main Firefox process (firefox.exe) to stay open if a plugin crashes. There are as many plugin-container.exe processes as plugins launched since the Firefox session startup. Firefox Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11 users move to Extended Support Release; Installing Firefox on Mac. Visit the Firefox download page in any browser (for example, Safari). It will automatically detect the platform and language on your computer and recommend the best version of Firefox for you.

Warning: Firefox now includes downgrade protection to prevent corruption of user profile data. If you install an older version, you'll be prompted to create a new Firefox profile.

If there is a problem with a Firefox version, most people will try to revert Firefox back to the way it was before and downgrade it, but we do not recommend this action. Downgrading Firefox leaves a user more vulnerable to attacks and, on most occasions, doesn't fix the problem that occurred while updating. This article gives you some alternatives to downgrading and links to old versions of Firefox, if you do choose to downgrade.

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Problems with an update are generally not caused by the new version of Firefox, but rather the update process. Installing a previous version will not help in most cases. Instead, see:

Note: Other problems can be solved with the Refresh Firefox feature. It restores Firefox to its default state while saving your essential information.

Ensure all security and security-related software is fully updated. Some security software will need to be upgraded to a new version for each Firefox version update.

Optional software bundled with security software may also need updating. Such software may not be essential for your security, but if outdated, it may interfere with the use of Firefox, or cause Firefox to crash.

If you want to downgrade, you can visit Mozilla's directory of older Firefox versions using the link below. Please note, however, that using older versions of Firefox can be harmful and that we recommend you use the newest version of Firefox.
Warning: Old Firefox versions pose a significant security risk.
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Important: By default, Firefox is set for automatic updates. To prevent Firefox from automatically updating itself after you install an older version, you'll need to change your Firefox update settings: Click the menu button and select .. In the General panel, go to the Firefox Updates section.

Instead of downgrading to an older, insecure version of Firefox and changing your update settings, you should consider these alternatives:

Install Firefox Extended Support Release.Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) is an official version of Firefox developed for large organizations like universities and businesses. Firefox ESR does not come with the latest features but it has the latest security and stability fixes. For more information, see the article Switch to Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) for personal use.

Use the latest version of another browser. If the current Firefox version is not to your liking or just not working right now, there are alternative browsers that you can use to browse the web.

If the latest version of Firefox is causing problems for you or you just don't like something about it, please give us feedback about it here:

Support ended for all NPAPI plugins, except for Adobe Flash, in Firefox version 52. See this compatibility document and this article for details.

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Plugins are loaded separately from Firefox, allowing the main Firefox process to stay open if a plugin crashes. This article explains what plugin-container is for.

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A plugin is a piece of software that displays Internet content that Firefox is not designed to display. These usually include video, audio, online games and presentations that are made in proprietary formats. Plugins are created and distributed by the companies that make those proprietary formats. Some common plugins are Adobe Flash, Java and Silverlight. For more information on plugins, see Use plugins to play audio, video, games and more.

Each plugin is loaded separately from Firefox in a plugin-container.exe process, allowing the main Firefox process (firefox.exe) to stay open if a plugin crashes. There are as many plugin-container.exe processes as plugins launched since the Firefox session startup. For more information on plugin crashes, see Send plugin crash reports to help Mozilla improve Firefox.

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If some plugin-container.exe processes use a lot of computer resources, see Firefox uses too much memory or CPU resources - How to fix.