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Disable "Open Executable File" dialog in Firefox 63.0

Super User Asked by Arry on December 9, 2020

After the latest update Firefox began to open an annoying “Open Executable File?” dialog every time I try to open any downloaded file, be it PDF, ZIP, you name it. I’m not a baby, I know what I download and the consequences of opening these files, how do I tell Firefox to shut up and skip this annoying dialog?

One Answer

Open about:config in your browser bar and set boolean browser.download.skipConfirmLaunchExecutable to true.

Answered by user1236168 on December 9, 2020

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