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Clarification on Firefox 3.6.x EOL..

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#1 ShyWriter


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Posted 29 March 2012 - 03:18 PM

Firefox 3.6.x end of life Clarification

Posted on March 27, 2012 by The Guru

On the March 17th Release Update and we incorrectly stated there would be a Firefox 3.6.29 on April 24th as the final release for the Firefox 3.6.x branch. Firefox 3.6.28 released on March 13th is the final release on the Firefox 3.6.x branch.

However, in the unlikely event of a chemspill update resulting in a Firefox 3.6.29 release, this in turn would be the final release.

After April 24th users will need to move to Firefox 12 or Firefox 10.0.x ESR (for those who’s computers do not support the requirements for Firefox 12).

Thanks to Mozilla’s Daniel Veditz for the clarification.

Thanks for the patience of all regular MBAM members - This and the previous EOL posts were posted here instead of General Software as it affects many users and those stuck in the 3.6.x era don't usually check the Firefox Update News in General Software.

Thanks again,

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 03:33 PM

Actually FF v3.6.28 was released March 6th, but who's counting :P
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