There are certain things that I need to ask regarding Firefox updates. First of all let me tell you that currently I have Firefox 11.0 running into my system and I really love it but then after I found the latest version release of Firefox I decided to switch to that version. Yesterday while trying to update the existing Firefox 11.0 to version 12.0 I found that I was unable to do so. The update completely failed just because I was trying to update to 12.0 version of firefox. Found that when I tried to downgrade or switch to some other version, the operation is executed completed successfully. I also tried out the alternate way suggested to me; I went to About Firefox and from there I selected “Check for updates” but even this trick failed doing so. When confirmed, my brother told me that it maybe because the 12.0 version has been released recently so therefore there are some problem going around with the download and installation of it.
Anyways other than this issue I also have another doubt. just wanted to confirm whether it is true that there will be a 64 bit version of Firefox with the release of the next version i.e. 13.0. if so, I wonder whether the users are going to choose the idea of upgrading to a 64 bit version before updating from version 12 to version 13. I don’t think version 13 will successes in future because of such useless and sense less concepts and ideas. I don’t think a user will upgrade his or her system to 64 bit just for upgrading their browser to the latest version. If asked me then at least I would not do so. I would be much happier and comfortable with the older version instead to taking such pain and complications. Please have your opinion and thoughts on this issue and let me know your views regarding this thing.