Firefox on Windows 8 crashes randomly

I have the latest version of Mozilla Firefox on my Windows PC. Mozilla crashes randomly and crashed almost 10 to 20 times last night when my mother was checking his email and Facebook. I went to the about: crashes page and here are the IDS of the reports. Any help would be much appreciated.

BP-e81e50fa-e71c-4202-A611-36c7b2130222
BP-f393ac38-97fa-4455-88FC-dd2e92130221
BP-a47d00bd-9de5-4a63-a5ee-38ab32130221
BP-3b059c6d-F97C-4ef3-BD22-be2022130221
BP-15595200-7acc-4a21-84fe-a80c42130221
BP-de0bf0b0-7bd5-45BC-A472-ab21d2130221

I use Windows 8 with an AMD Radeon HD 6XXX/7XXX card and felt the constant system crashes (i.e., Blue Screen of Death) using Firefox 19 before finding this thread. Return to 18.2 Firefox has worked perfectly - thank you very much for providing relief, because I thought that I had to reinstall my OS.

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