Only if you download and install Firefox manually and I remember recalling that you dislike manual actions because it's "too time consuming". Lastly updates(also Firefox updates) are installed through the Package Manage using the Update Manager as @wizardfromoz described.forgot to ask - is there a way to update firefox in firefox
My Puppy-portables do.....but that's because I build them using the tarballs direct from Mozilla's FTP server. If I'm correct, you don't like that kind of stuff, because it's too awkward..?forgot to ask - is there a way to update firefox in firefox
As far as I remember, Firefox has the same function to update itself while is manually installed from tarball. Mike seems to be doing it this way, so it doesn't look like the function has been discontinued. It's really not that difficult to run Firefox (or any other program) this way and it's more Windows-like. I remember using portable versions of Windows applications and it worked exactly the same way. Nowadays even Windows seem to be to compex for some users. They are so used to Android and iPhone that doing anything more than clicking an icon is considered to difficult, to complicated and not user friendly. It's their choice and I don't have problem with it, but, unfortunately, Linux is not an option for them.Palemoon has a function to download an "update".