Updating java in firefox
You disable these search suggestions in addressbar results with the help of following tutorial: If you don't like the new UI and want to bring classic theme back, following tutorial will help you in getting classic UI and restoring all classic features such as old search box, add-on bar, tabs on bottom, orange Firefox button etc in Firefox newer versions: Mozilla has also removed "Load images automatically", "Enable Java Script" and "Always show the tab bar" options from Preferences window, but you can get these options back in Firefox with the help of Share this article: Facebook | Twitter | Google | Linked In | Reddit Posted in: Mozilla Firefox, Software About the author: Vishal Gupta (also known as VG) has been awarded with Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award.He has written several tech articles for popular newspapers and magazines and has also appeared in a few tech shows on TV channels.The Java plugin name shown will depend on your operating system and Java version.On Mac OS, the Java plugin is shown as Java Applet Plug-in (on Mac OS X 10.6 or below, it may also be listed as Java Plug-in 2 for NPAPI Browsers).For Windows XP and Windows 2000 installations use the directories listed below to locate the extracted MSI file.Windows XP As you can see below the latest Java MSI and CAB files have been extracted to this directory.If you have Configuration Manager 2012 you can now use the . Mozilla applications are regularly updated for security and stability; however, Mozilla does not provide updates for plug-ins.
Depending on the version of Java and your Mozilla browser, the Java plugin may be disabled in the Firefox or Sea Monkey Add-ons Manager or the Java plugin may require Click to Play (CTP) activation.  [ Visit one of these Java test pages to see if Java is working in your browser.
Applies to Windows or Mac OS X 10.7.3 and above Starting in Java 7, the Java Control Panel includes the Security option, "Enable Java content in the browser", which is selected by default.
De-selecting this option will prevent Java applets from running in any browser and the Java plugin will no longer appear in the Firefox or Sea Monkey Add-ons Manager or about:plugins list.
Firefox has been expanding to support features that used to require extra plugins.
Now, they’re kept up-to-date automatically and managed through blocklisting for added security.