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Using the native apt version of Firefox on Ubuntu 22.04

If you don't want to use the snap version of firefox on Ubuntu 22.04, you can pin the mozilla-team PPA version which is stable so you can have native performance. Remove the snap version of Firefox:    sudo snap remove firefox    sudo apt remove firefox The following will install firefox stable from the PPA and keep thunderbird as the official Ubuntu repo version:    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/ppa Then:    sudo nano /etc/apt/preferences.d/99mozillateam Paste the following:    Package: firefox*    Pin: release o=Ubuntu,a=jammy,n=jammy,l=Ubuntu,c=main    Pin-Priority: -1    Package: firefox*    Pin: release o=LP-PPA-mozillateam    Pin-Priority: 400    Package: thunderbird*    Pin: release o=LP-PPA-mozillateam    Pin-Priority: -1    Package: thunderbird*    Pin: release o=Ubuntu,a=jammy,n=jammy,l=Ubuntu,c=main    Pin-Priority: 500 You can verify it's working by running the following command, it should list the candidate as the PPA version to be installed:    apt polic