A recent PC World article noted that once again a new version of Firefox was released last week.
Mozilla last week released Firefox 26, which kicked off a limited form of click-to-play function and patched 15 security vulnerabilities, six of which were marked “critical.”
I recommend Firefox to my clients. Firefox has some features which I prefer over Microsoft Internet Explorer. But at the very least, I recommend having at least two Web browsers in case there’s a problem with either one (like having two means of transportation, if your car breaks down).
For most people, updates are automatic (as set in the application’s options or preferences). Otherwise, it’s easy to check using the “About Firefox” menu.