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One of the most important programs that we must have in our computer, is a good internet browser, because through it we can access the internet in a more comfortable or fast according to the browser we have, in this case the browser on The one we are going to talk about today is Firefox, for me the best browser there is.

But not only is the browser chosen, but also the version we are using, since this should always be the latest version, because through the updates that the browsers receive, security holes are closed and performance and performance is improved Of the browser, making us navigate faster, consume fewer resources and more secure.
This is why I will show you how to install and update the Firefox web browser on Linux, as I have finally discovered how to update the version of Firefox that goes by default with Linux, or in case of not taking it as installing and updating it in a simple way And fast.

The first thing I recommend you, if you have tried already, is that you try to install it from the Gestures of packages or software of your Linux distribution, manager that according to your distribution will be called in one form or another, but generally the name will be very similar To those described above.
If you can not do it through your package manager, or you just want to make sure that the latest version of the browser is installed (since sometimes the package manager is outdated) then it’s time to try it through the Commands, which although it may seem difficult, I assure you that with this tutorial you will do in two seconds in a very simple, manual that you can find below.

To update Firefox to its latest version in the distributions Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Debian … you only have to open the terminal and execute the following commands:
Add the Firefox repository:
Sudo add-apt-repository ppa: mozillateam / firefox-next

To update repositories:
Sudo apt-get update

To install the latest version of Firefox:
Sudo apt-get install firefox

To install the English language:
Sudo apt-get install firefox-locale-en
To update Firefox to the latest version and at the same time the other programs:
Sudo apt-get upgrade
In Linux Fedora is much easier, it is worth with running this line in the terminal:
Yum –enablerepo = updates-testing -y firefox upgrade
As you see the installation and update of Firefox in Linux is quite simple, in case you are more fan of the Google Chrome browser, you want to have two browsers or you simply do not like Firefox, you can install Google Chrome by downloading the .deb or .rpm file according The Linux distribution that you have of the following link: Download Google Chrome for Linux
Anyway, I hope this article has helped you, both to install the browser or browsers that you want, and to update them, for any doubt or opinion do not hesitate to write a comment, that I, as soon as I read, I will respond, you can also Share with us another way to install it if you knew it, well I just have to say goodbye, thank you very much for your visit and I hope you come back very soon.

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