The next time that Firefox starts up, the existing installation is swapped with the new updated installation which is ready to be used.
In this scenario, you likely won’t notice that Firefox has applied an update as no UI is shown.
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The next time that Firefox is about to start up, it checks out the staging directory.
The technical details of how I’m fixing this problem can be found this document. When Firefox finishes downloading an update, it launches the updater application in the background without displaying any UI, and applies the update in a new directory that is completely separate from the existing installation directory.
Instead of staging the update itself, an entire updated version of Firefox is staged.
It displays while Firefox completes the update process after a new version is installed and the browser is restarted.
In order to update itself, Firefox first starts to download an update in the background.