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Contents 1 Downgrade instructions 2 Security issues 3 See also 4 External links. This link is below the yellow Firefox warning box that's in the "I still want to downgrade" section.
Clicking it will take you to a list of all Firefox versions. Select a version number. Click a number on this page to go to the download page for that version of Firefox. For example: you would click Select your operating system's folder.
If you don't know your computer's bit number, check it first. Select the language folder. The list on this page is abbreviated regional languages.
Select the one that matches your region. Click the download link.
This will prompt your selected version of Firefox to begin downloading to your computer. Depending on your browser settings, you may be prompted to confirm the download or select a location to save to before the download will begin.
Go back to an old version of Firefox
Double-click the Firefox setup file. Once the download has finished, double-click the setup file to begin the installation process. On a MacOS Sierra and later, you may have to manually allow the installation before continuing. On Windows, you may be prompted to click Extract all first.
If so, click Extract all , then open the extracted non-ZIP folder and double-click the Firefox application again. Select your add-ons if prompted. Depending on the version of Firefox you're using, you may have the option of continuing to use some or all of your add-ons.
Install an older version of Firefox
Wait for Firefox to open. Once Firefox opens, you will be using the version that you selected. I play on a game site and some of the games are still in Java. Firefox prior to v42 was the only browser that worked. Tonight it upgraded itself. I did what the article said, but still can't play. What now? Have you considered upgrading your Java version? In many cases, the reason certain browsers work is due to its compatibility with your Java version. You should be able to update it in "System Updates" on your computer. Yes No.