Firefox isn't regonise it's own update

As shown in the attached screenshot, being on any page of Mozilla, or things like google Maps always say that I am not under the most recent version. For the moment, I am, however, under version 42.0 (which shows the screenshot). When checking for updates, Firefox itself says that it is up-to-date. (OS: Windows 10)

PS your "guess" is not educated, says I am running on a Windows 7 19.0.


Your Agent user as you can see in the details of the system over the right to post Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; RV:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0

There are a few extensions that can change the useragent also.

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