Mozilla Firefox is arguably one of the most popular browsers out there. They offer offline installers for you to get this excellent browser on your system, and they’ve just launched the version 58.0 (Nightly) of their browser software. In case you were looking for ways to download the latest Firefox offline installer on to your computer, this article is for you.
If you are wondering, what is so special about Firefox that makes it so unique among dozens of other browsers, the answer is versatility. There are a ton of add-ons and various plugins available for Firefox, some of them cooler than those popular chrome extensions.
On a personal note, I like the minor things about the browser, like the elegant, smooth animations and the clean menu interface.
After all, they say its ‘built for people, not for profit.’ So you know it will not have any crappy aware and stuff to possibly try and ruin the experience that you are looking to get.
So if you want to get the latest version of Mozilla Firefox offline installer for your system, but can’t seem to find a reliable download link, you have come to the right place. Go ahead, start scrolling!
2 Methods to Download Firefox Offline Installer
Third Party File Server
There is no shortage of third-party websites that have large amounts of such files for users to download off the net. Currently, you can get yourself the Firefox offline installer 58 beta 4 version of a website called FileHippo, or at least that’s where I got mine from.
If you are okay with rocking a beta version for the sake of getting the latest from Mozilla, here is the download link from where I got myself the version 58 of that offline installer.
Now, there are a few unresolved bugs with this nightly version. But most of them have already been resolved, and they’re still working on getting everything fixed. By the time you are reading this, they might have worked around most of the issues. You can check the complete, detailed release log tracking at this link.
Mozilla Firefox’s Official Site
The new beta version is available on their website as well, where you can download the installer software as a beta tester. You can use the nightly browser and use it as usual. You can give them feedback on how it has been working out for you, and which of the things could use some more polish.
To download, just head over to their website. Here is the link. They also have an older but stable version on their site. It is 57.0 and will be updated to 58.0 (stable) soon. The newer version has a slightly refined UI, but if you can settle for a similar browser functionality wise, then you will be just fine with the v57.
When you download it, the language will be automatically detected depending on your ISP and the server to which you are connected. As you can see in that link, US English is automatically selected, so no issues. Just hit the download Firefox button and wait for the 304 KB exe file to finish downloading. Click on it and run it.
Wait for it to install the browser on your system, and you are done. Hope, you got your Firefox offline installer.
Minimum System requirements
- (Windows) Windows XP, Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
- (Mac OS) Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
- Processor: Intel Pentium 4 and above
- Memory: 512 MB RAM size.
- Storage: At least 250 MB of HDD space.
- Processor: Any processor based on Intel x86 architecture
- Memory: 512 MB RAM size
- Storage: 200 MB of HDD space and above
I’m sure you have a system that effortlessly meets these requirements, especially in 2017. So go ahead, download the stable/nightly version for yourself, and happy browsing!