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Updating firefox 2 to 3

I thought the automatic/semi-automatic installations to Firefox 55 was rather heavy handed.

I deleted everything Mozilla again, re-installed v51, told it not to install the sneaky background service, checked the never update box, went into the about:config and made sure the setting really said not to update, then went into the file to triple check that it really really wouldn't be set to sneak in an update, and then went and double checked that the sneaky background service wasn't installed, then made sure it didn't have any pending updates anywhere.

Ran it fine for a day, it crashed, and when I restarted it, surprise, surprise I'm on v54.

To solve the situation, I logged into my admin account, uninstalled and then reinstalled. But, it still installed the 64 bit version even though I clicked the 32 bit d/l link. Read this answer in context V55 has been giving users problems. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/install-older-version-of-firefox? Click the Directory of other versions and languages link.

I think part of the problem was caused because the move to 55.0.2 happened on a user account with limited rights. If you still want to downgrade, look under; I still want to downgrade.

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updating firefox 2 to 3-56

I have to use version 51 so that I can use Java to open Oracle (I refuse to use IE).I have checked the box to never check for updates, Mozilla updated anyway.

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