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I did read a update instruction I found on the Mozilla website but I can not use the tips as my old version of FF looks different. In windows it's standard to download the program and then install by a program but this doesn't work in Ubuntu.

I am not certain 10.04 LTS by default gives the option to update Firefox.

I am new to Ubuntu but mainly use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and that will update, or even let you choose another Firefox channel.

The easiest straight forward options would be either There is no need to keep the Firefox3.6 (canonical) installation, as that is no longer supported or secure, but if you do it would make sense to create a new profile so that each version has a unique profile.

It also works on other Linux distributions that are derivatives of Ubuntu.

I did read a update instruction I found on the Mozilla website but I can not use the tips as my old version of FF looks different. In windows it's standard to download the program and then install by a program but this doesn't work in Ubuntu.

Edit: Also, if you could elaborate as to which sites this is an issue on, that would be helpful.

Some sites these days just don't support Firefox for some silly reasons.

Read this answer in context I am not certain 10.04 LTS by default gives the option to update Firefox.

The easiest straight forward options would be either * upgrade to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (or another recent Ubuntu version) * OR install the Mozilla version manually ** see Install Firefox on Linux There is no need to keep the Firefox3.6 (canonical) installation, as that is no longer supported or secure, but if you do it would make sense to create a new profile so that each version has a unique profile.

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