11-15-2022 11:23 AM
Is something wrong with the Firefox Team that the browser needs to be updated several times in a week?
Would it not be prudent to let updates accumulate and then proceed with a request for an update? When there is a security update which might result in damage then I can see rolling that particular update out right away.
11-15-2022 10:43 PM
There is a regular monthly update, and the in-between updates are to fix whoopses that weren't detected in testing or weren't expected to affect very many people (but it turns out they did).
12-04-2022 08:32 PM
The updates are chronic to the point of assuming firefox is infected and needs uninstalled.
12-05-2022 07:02 AM
The updates are becoming annoying
12-05-2022 07:57 AM
I'm done. I came here to share feedback to Firefox devs - I'm switching back to Chrome after years of being a FF user because I get update prompts several times a week and if I don't respond right away, the browser freezes. It may seem like a small factor but it's disruptive and I can lose data + focus.
I would happily PAY for a browser like FF that didn't constantly interrupt my workflow or freeze but I'm sick of this so it's Chrome. I think Firefox forgets that people actually use browsers to work on - I don't want their fancy extra features and complexity - i want stable and fast. I used to value privacy but if it is going to be like the 2022 Firefox, I don't care any more.