Like every Firefox also LibreWolf needs Addons. It’s a good idea to start with uMatrix, this allows to block everything and also to tune these blockings. For switching the Tor network on or off you can use Proxy Toggle. A good idea is also cutting the history after two days or so, use History Cleaner for that.
A speciality is that LibreWolf also doesn’t use Firefox’s or any own synchronization and update mechanisms for privacy reasons. Updates must be done manually (as known from Chromium) from time to time. If you want a synchronization between other browsers or machines you can install an Addon like xBrowserSync.
Ah, forgot to mention: LibreWolf is included in the Windows software repository behind the winget tool. You can install and update LibreWolf using winget on any Windows machine easily. winget should be installed, just open a terminal window and type
winget search LibreWolf