Re: Does firefox work with windows ten?


Oh okay, This sighted person watches the Young and the Restless on this one
site using firefox.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of Shaun
Sent: February-20-17 10:39 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Does firefox work with windows ten?

Flash crashes a lot on firefox but firefox, google and others are actively
discouraging insecure flash though I still have it on systems because it is
still used.
Most sites like youtube use html5 now which is the new standard and which
firefox supports.

On 21/02/2017 7:23 p.m., Simon Jaeger wrote:
Firstly, Firefox is actively being developed for Windows so I'm not
sure why anyone would think it doesn't work with Windows 10. I run it
myself and it's as stable here as it was on Windows xp. The issue
seems to involve Adobe Flash specifically, so it's a little more
complicated than just asking if Firefox works. I personally don't have
Flash and don't have any intention of installing it. I have seen it
crash in many places for many years, and there have always been
problems between Flash and Firefox as far back as the XP days. So
Firefox may work fine, and Adobe Flash may work perfectly for some
websites, but I'm not sure what to suggest if your friend is hell bent
on using Firefox for this particular site. I can tell you that it
probably has very little to do with Firefox, and may not even be
related to Windows 10. Sometimes, we just have to conclude that
certain sites and browsers don't get along. Google Chrome is pretty
awesome if the friend doesn't like IE.


On 2017-02-20 21:56, Arlene wrote:

Hi list: Arlene here! I have a sighted friend who's determined to
make fire fox work with her win ten computer. She will not listen to
me when I tell her it does not work. This is spasifically for
Canadians to try this site with win ten and firefox. <>

And watches the young nd the restless, she gets a message stating
that adobe flash player has crashed. Does anyone know if fire fox is
compatible with windows ten? thanks.

Join to automatically receive all group messages.