After upgrading Ubuntu MATE 22.04LTS to 22.04LTS I occasionally got a Notification that my Firefox 104.0 would Upgrade to 104.0.2 in some number of days with a warning to close the app to avoid problems. The upgrade didn't happen automatically and seemed useful for any fixes or security issues, making me reluctant to wait or chance it starting automatically while the app's open. So I'd close the app and launch Software Updater, but it never did anything about Firefox.
Today I opened a Terminal and typed in:
sudo snap refresh
After it had done its thing I opened Firefox, pulled down the Help menu, clicked About Firefox, and saw that it's now version 104.0.2 so I'm posting this in case it's helpful for anyone else. If there's some reason it didn't auto-upgrade on its own, I hope someone with expertise on that will chime in.
While the Terminal was open and already in its timed sudo mode I also did these commands, since I've manually added some apps that aren't in the Software selection or are available in newer versions:
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
Those found and installed a few more assorted things.
Comments and suggestions welcome.