Instead, XP and Vista users were moved to the Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR). This meant basically that Firefox 52.x was the last stable channel version of Firefox for those operating systems, and that XP and Vista users could not run Firefox 53 on their devices. Firefox ESR is designed for schools, universities, businesses, and others who need help with mass deployments.
Past year we announced that Windows XP and Vista users would be automatically moved to the Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR), ensuring them continued updates until at least September, 2017.
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The deadly barrage unleashed from above at one of America's favorite playgrounds has taken more than 50 lives. "This must stop and it must stop now".
Currently, Firefox browser has been getting only security updates on Windows XP and Vista and has not been pushing out any new features to its Browser for the two Windows versions.
Notably, Microsoft pulled Windows XP's plug in 2009, and the extended support was terminated in 2014.
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Danley's older brother, Reynaldo Bustos, told ABC News he spoke to her shortly after Paddock was identified as the gunman. Danley said she had voluntarily flown back to the United States because she knew investigators wanted to talk to her.
While an exact date has not been announced, Mozilla says that June next year is when Firefox support will come to an end.
Mozilla had said past year that the company will continue offering Windows XP and Vista users security updates until at least September, 2017. "Unsupported operating systems receive no security updates, have known exploits, and are unsafe for you to use". The browser gets security updates however when new Firefox versions get released. Many XP and Vista users thus choose to use third-party browsers. Google dropped support for both operating systems back in 2016 for instance, and so did Opera Software and Vivaldi Technologies.
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