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Turns out that a lot of add-ons don't work anymore with 57.0, e.g.
the session manager and the tab group add-on which I use extensively.
Tabs will subsequently reappear below the search bar.
* Repeat the same steps, but click the top one called "Menu bar". * To rearrange the layout, repeat the same steps again and choose "Customize".
See also https://support.mozilla.org/zh-CN/questions/1041197 Edit: For your work computer, I am not sure have the firefox update cleared old addon data yet or simply disabled them, if data for those addon are still there then it will be possible that they could be migrated to the ESR version (extended support)that was based on previous firefox and thus legacy extension would still work. I made the mistake of letting Firefox update itself to the latest version, and so I lost all my valuable extensions.
See https:// for how to migrate addon data to the ESR version Problem: Firefox setting to "do not check for updates" still updating. After trying it for a while, it was obvious to me that I had lost a lot of functionality, so I decided to revert back to version 56.0.2 (latest stable version).
I believe a method to prevent upgrade when launching your firefox is to disconnect your computer both from wired and wireless connection before launching and delete upgrade folder, then you can change the config.
If you set it to some arbitrarily large number, like 432000000, you could make Firefox wait for years, effectively disabling updates.
---- ''' However, before you go that route, here are a few tips to make FF4 look like the previous version'''.
* Right click a blank part of the tab bar and click "Tabs on top" to remove the checkmark.
It also has made it impossible to use system restore. Make it impossible for Firefox to update without my permission? #Then go to Add/Remove Programs, scroll down to "Mozilla Firefox" and remove it, choosing to keep your bookmarks, customizations etc., (''don't checkmark the box'').
#Then reboot and delete the folder called "Mozilla Firefox" at this location: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox #Finally run the installation file you downloaded to the desktop earlier.
Turns out my Kaspersky Total Security software was set to check and update apps automatically. So, if somebody like me, wants to revert back to v.56 without uninstalling and reinstalling a fresh copy, and then prevent automatic updates to v.57, please continue reading.