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    News - Firefox 16 appears then disappears due to security issue

    But now it’s back and you can get updated straight away via the About dialogue.
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    Re: News - Firefox 16 appears then disappears due to security issue

    By the time I notoced it had already been patched...
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: News - Firefox 16 appears then disappears due to security issue

    I've downgraded from 16 back to 15 not out of any security worries, but as there's a popup interaction bug which the developers aren't likely to fix until Firefox 17.

    Le sigh.

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    Re: News - Firefox 16 appears then disappears due to security issue

    Not many people do that, why don't apple do this when do they their software badly

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