Firefox rss not updating
Refresh Firfox will restore the browser to default state by creating a new profile folder for your settings and personal information. Use Firefox in Safe Mode As we know, Safe Mode of Firefox is designed to help users to troubleshoot problems. Tips: You are able to press down "Shift" key when Firefox is opening to start Firefox in Safe Mode. Remove Incompatible Add-ons Sometimes incompatible add-ons are the reasons why Firefox will not open. Choose "Restart with Add-ons Disabled...", and then, click on "Restart". Select "Start in Safe Mode" in a pop-up window after restarting Firefox. Activate "Add-ons Manager" tab by clicking on "Add-ons". Choose the add-on you want to remove in "Extensions or Themes" panel. Firefox checks your Live Bookmarks every hour for updates, which enables you to stay current with the latest information from your favorite sites.If you are a Firefox user and also an avid RSS feed reader, one thing you will notice missing from recent update of Firefox is the RSS Feed icon that uses to reside at the right hand corner of the URL bar. If Firefox can restart normally in Safe Mode, the crashing problem is likely because of an extension, theme or hardware acceleration. Click on the "Refresh Firefox..." button, and then, Firefox will refresh itself automatically. By using Firefox in Safe Mode, all extensions, themes, hardware acceleration will be disabled and some settings will be reset. When you find that Firefox won't start after you installed an extension, theme, or plugin, you'd better remove it. What's more, if Firefox is running properly in Safe Mode, a faulted extension, theme, or plugin is possibly the cause.
In this article we are going to cover topics like Firefox installation, uninstall and update.We will also discuss what kind of problems we can get during mentioned processes.Depending on type of Linux distribution we use the process of installation Firefox in Linux is different: If you are using Debian based system (Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 18.04), you need to use apt to install packages.If you want to install latest version of Firefox, you need to do it manually as described in apt section above.At the time of writing this article latest stable release of Firefox was 59.0.2.