Mozilla tonight released another unplanned update to version 92.0.1 for the Firefox browser for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. This update only fixes bugs found in previous versions: The new version fixes an issue where audio playback does not work on some Linux systems. Additionally, issues with the close search bar button on various operating systems have been fixed. Users who installed an older version of Firefox will receive an update automatically. You can download the update here Help -> via Firefox -> Update to version 92.0.1 Can also be loaded manually. You can find more information about this update below or in Mozilla.
Download -> Download Firefox 92.0.1 for Windows, MacOS and Linux
Firefox version 92.0.1 for desktop can now be downloaded from Mozilla:
Download Firefox version 92.0.1 for Windows, MacOS and Linux:
Firefox version 92.0.1 includes the following new features and improvements:
- Fixes an issue where audio playback may not work on some Linux systems (error 1730499).
- Addresses issues with the Find Close button on different operating systems (error 1728368).
Frequently Asked Questions After Updating Firefox
Mozilla Foundation developers are making Firefox for Windows, MacOS, and Linux available in multiple languages. Note that installing Firefox overwrites an existing version of Firefox. Your bookmarks or column will not be lost. However, some extensions and other add-ons will no longer work until the appropriate updates or updates are available.
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