Mozilla releases Firefox 90.1 for the desktop with bug fixes
Mozilla Basis has currently released an unexpected new update to Model 90.1 for the Firefox browser for Windows, macOS, and Linux. The update only includes bug fixes and security improvements to make Firefox more reliable, so no new attributes are expected. Consumers who have configured an older version of Firefox will automatically get the update. The update can be downloaded from Help -> Via Firefox -> Update to variation 90..1 it can also be loaded manually. You can find additional information about this update under or on Mozilla.
Download -> Download Firefox 90..1 for Windows, macOS and Linux
Firefox desktop variant 90.1 is now available for download from Mozilla:
Get Firefox 90.1 variant for Windows, macOS, and Linux:
Firefox edition 90.1 includes the following new features and improvements:
- Predefine a crash when using certain accessibility buyers on Windows Home (error 1720696).
- Define the busy loop processing some HTTP3 responses (error 1720079).
- Transient problems when authenticating with some smart cards (error 1715325).
- Mounted an unusual crash when shutting down (error 1707057).
- Define a run on startup that induced approx: helps to conclude empty right after update (error 1717894).
Concerns regularly questioned right after Firefox update
Mozilla Basis builders make Firefox for Windows, macOS, and Linux accessible in multiple languages. You should be aware that installing Firefox will overwrite your existing variant of Firefox. Your bookmarks and historical past will not be missing. On the other hand, some extensions and other plugins may no longer work until the appropriate updates are available.