WWW & Internet Browser Utilities Utilu Silent Setup for Mozilla Firefox

Utilu Silent Setup for Mozilla Firefox 1.0.2.9 for Windows

by Utilu

Avg. Rating 3.9 (98 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008, Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,878
Publisher Utilu
Homepage Utilu Silent Setup for Mozilla Firefox

Publisher's Description

Utilu Silent Setup for Mozilla Firefox is a small multilingual utility which after approval automatically downloads and installs the latest version of Mozilla Firefox, and then immediately opens one or more websites. It asks no difficult questions and does not show technical information or error messages and even works under the most restricted user accounts, so you can quickly use Firefox on any computer and also easily explain how to install Firefox to anyone else. Since it always works and is very simple to use, you can include it on your website, so you do not have to code for non-standard compliant browsers anymore.

Note: If you already have Firefox installed you don't need this utility.

Latest Reviews

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0.2.9 on Apr 24, 2017

see Ninite.com it is way better than this

sweathog

sweathog reviewed v1.0.2.3 on May 16, 2011

Still liking this, but for some reason you cannot auto-install a previously downloaded version of Firefox, rename it and install it into a custom directory, via command line switches, as their install FAQ suggests. But for downloading and installing to default directory, this can't be beat.

sweathog

sweathog reviewed v1.0.1.1 on Jan 14, 2010

For clean installs, this plus MozBackup are the shiznit. Up to speed with the current version, all configured at the touch of two buttons.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0.1.0 on Dec 23, 2009

They should make it so that when you click on that stupid Blue E for internet explorer it starts firefox instead......
that would be cool......

Beta Soft

Beta Soft reviewed v1.0.0.9 on Sep 6, 2009

You can't click Help in Firefox and click Check for updates when you don't have Firefox.
Haven't you read the note "If you already have Firefox installed you don't need this utility."?
This is by far the easiest, fastest and best way to get Firefox installed (when it's not already installed) wherever you are. Period.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.0.0.9 on Sep 2, 2009

pretty worth lees you can just click help in FF and click check for updates lol

Delphi

Delphi reviewed v1.0.0.6 on Apr 23, 2009

Everyone with (an old version of) IE can (and should!) install this.

Delphi

Delphi reviewed v1.0.0.5 on Apr 2, 2009

Now I can use Firefox on the Guest account of every computer. And believe me, that's better then Internet Explorer 6. Really.

shydoc

shydoc reviewed v1.0.0.4 on Mar 5, 2009

Great tool especially those whose really restrict user access.

Beta Soft

Beta Soft reviewed v1.0.0.3 on Feb 28, 2009

This is better then a portable version of Firefox, because with this you don't need anything else (like an USB-Stick with Firefox Portable) and it's really easy to use, since everything is done for you after starting it.

Avg. Rating 3.9 (98 votes)
Your Rating
CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0.2.9 on Apr 24, 2017

see Ninite.com it is way better than this

sweathog

sweathog reviewed v1.0.2.3 on May 16, 2011

Still liking this, but for some reason you cannot auto-install a previously downloaded version of Firefox, rename it and install it into a custom directory, via command line switches, as their install FAQ suggests. But for downloading and installing to default directory, this can't be beat.

sweathog

sweathog reviewed v1.0.1.1 on Jan 14, 2010

For clean installs, this plus MozBackup are the shiznit. Up to speed with the current version, all configured at the touch of two buttons.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0.1.0 on Dec 23, 2009

They should make it so that when you click on that stupid Blue E for internet explorer it starts firefox instead......
that would be cool......

Beta Soft

Beta Soft reviewed v1.0.0.9 on Sep 6, 2009

You can't click Help in Firefox and click Check for updates when you don't have Firefox.
Haven't you read the note "If you already have Firefox installed you don't need this utility."?
This is by far the easiest, fastest and best way to get Firefox installed (when it's not already installed) wherever you are. Period.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.0.0.9 on Sep 2, 2009

pretty worth lees you can just click help in FF and click check for updates lol

Delphi

Delphi reviewed v1.0.0.6 on Apr 23, 2009

Everyone with (an old version of) IE can (and should!) install this.

Delphi

Delphi reviewed v1.0.0.5 on Apr 2, 2009

Now I can use Firefox on the Guest account of every computer. And believe me, that's better then Internet Explorer 6. Really.

shydoc

shydoc reviewed v1.0.0.4 on Mar 5, 2009

Great tool especially those whose really restrict user access.

Beta Soft

Beta Soft reviewed v1.0.0.3 on Feb 28, 2009

This is better then a portable version of Firefox, because with this you don't need anything else (like an USB-Stick with Firefox Portable) and it's really easy to use, since everything is done for you after starting it.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.0.0.2 on Feb 23, 2009

You should read the description before you write a review:
If you don't have Firefox you can't go into advanced Firefox tools.

Really!? Like saying if you don't have a girlfriend you can't get laid.
YOU should think before you speak.
As far as user rights, I highly doubt I will be in a situation wherein I so desperately need to get on the net that this will be the solution. Plus with limited rights nothing gets installed nor downloaded anyway. (IE is missing-OMG!)
I got off the firefox bandwagon a couple months or more ago. I would suggest running a portable version if anything.

Beta Soft

Beta Soft reviewed v1.0.0.2 on Feb 23, 2009

FirefoxS is the easiest way to get a good browser and Flash, even on a restricted user account!

You should read the description before you write a review:
If you don't have Firefox you can't go into advanced Firefox tools.

gsteele

gsteele reviewed v1.0.0.2 on Feb 23, 2009

Go into advanced Firefox tools and check the block for auromatic updates.

henrypeck

henrypeck reviewed v1.0.0.2 on Feb 23, 2009

A total waste of time and effort.

horsecharles

horsecharles reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 12, 2008

FirefoxS "could be useful" IIIFFFFF it would update ALLLLLL Moz variants(& their particular-version tailored addons)-- from KMeleon to SeaMonkey to Orca to Flock to FF to etc.

There's something to be said for the update process not interfering when opening the browser(particularly when restoring a large, important, yet-unsaved or unnamed session)... especially when pressed for time, memory usage is high, not wanting to lose a session to a crash or freeze, etc.
With several browsers / many addons installed, it beats the manual alternative...

oRoFLash

oRoFLash reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 11, 2008

Wow! I don´t believe it!!!!!!!

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 11, 2008

trademark breach. Will come down soon.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 11, 2008

as the guy below said

doctorsmith

doctorsmith reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 11, 2008

as Firefox has this ability built in this is as useless as t*ts on a bull

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v1.0.0.1 on Nov 11, 2008

No offense, but that's really useless.

JandeJ

JandeJ reviewed v1.0.0.0 on Jul 30, 2008

FirefoxS has a nice list of features for such a small and efficient program:
- FirefoxS doesn't ask the user difficult questions, doesn't show technical information and gives no complicated error messages
- FirefoxS supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions (if available) of Microsoft Windows 98, 98 SE, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003, 2008 and Vista
- FirefoxS can be started from Internet Explorer 1.0 through 8.0
- FirefoxS works even under the most restricted user accounts: if the rights of the user running FirefoxS are not sufficient enough Firefox won't be installed, but only extracted to a temporary directory. Because FirefoxS opens the website(s) directly, the user won't notice the difference
- FirefoxS can open the website(s) immediately in the desired language

Mozilla Firefox can indeed automatically check for updates, but doesn't always update major versions (for instance from Firefox 2 to Firefox 3), while this FirefoxS utility does... automatically.
And of course FirefoxS can also automatically install Mozilla Firefox on systems on which Mozilla Firefox wasn't ever installed before.

But the greatest feature of FirefoxS for me is that it doesn't only install Mozilla Firefox, but also can immediately open websites in it. This feature, combined with that FirefoxS even works under the most restricted user accounts (so you know it'll work for everyone), allows webmasters to easily REQUIRE Mozilla Firefox in order to view their website by including FirefoxS on it (so they no longer have to waste hours and hours on problems which only occur in non standard compliant browsers):
1. The user visits a website with an non standard compliant browser (in which the website doesn't work or look right)
2. The website starts FirefoxS
3. Mozilla Firefox is installed automatically and opens the website in Mozilla Firefox, so the website looks and works exactly as intended by the webmaster

cginzel

cginzel reviewed v1.0.0.0 on Jul 30, 2008

FF has the capability to self update. So then what it the purpose of this utility?!

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