If you use Mozilla Firefox on Windows 11 or 10, you might have noticed that when you download a file from the internet, it does not prompt you to save the file. It downloads the file and saves it in the Downloads folder by default. If you miss the Save To download prompt on your Mozilla Firefox browser, the good news is that there’s a way to get it back. The download prompt has not been completely removed from Firefox; for some reason, it is just disabled by default.
If you’re missing the download prompt on your Mozilla Firefox browser in Windows 11 or 10, this gearupwindows article will guide you through enabling the same.
How to Get Back Download Prompt on Firefox using its Settings?
To enable or disable the download prompt on the Firefox browser using its settings, use these steps:-
Step 1. Open the Mozilla Firefox browser on your PC.
Step 2. Then, click on the 3-horizontal line button (Open application menu) and select
Step 3. On the Firefox settings page, select the
Step 4. Then, on the right side of General, scroll down to the Downloads section and check the option, “Always ask you where to save files.”
Once you complete the above steps, when you download a file, Firefox will open the “Save to” dialog, where you can select the location to save the downloaded file.
If you don’t want to see any prompt for download, repeat the above steps and on the right side of General, scroll down to the Downloads section and uncheck the option, “Always ask you where to save files.”
How to Turn On or Off Old Download Prompt in Firefox?
To enable or disable the classic download prompt in Mozilla Firefox, use these steps:-
Step 1. Open Firefox browser.
Step 2. Type
Step 3. Next, click on the
Step 4. Now, copy and paste the following into the search bar:-
Step 5. By default, this value is set to “True.” That means the new, improved download panel is enabled. Double-click on
That’s it—no need to restart the browser. Just start a new download, and you will see that the old download panel is enabled.