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Firefox for Enterprises Officially Announced

mvar (1386987) writes | more than 2 years ago

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mvar (1386987) writes "After a meeting held last Monday regarding Mozilla Firefox ESR (Enterprise Support Release), the new version was announced yesterday in a post on Mozilla's official blog: "We are pleased to announce that the proposal for an Extended Support Release (ESR) of Firefox is now a plan of action. The ESR version of Firefox is for use by enterprises, public institutions, universities and other organizations that centrally manage their Firefox deployments. Releases of the ESR will occur once a year, providing these organizations with a version of Firefox that receives security updates but does not make changes to the Web or Firefox Add-ons platform.""

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mvar (1386987) | more than 2 years ago | (#38661198)

forgot this link [mozilla.com]
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