Is Firefox being phased out?

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Is Firefox being phased out?

Mozilla is shutting down two of its legacy products, Firefox Send and Firefox Notes, the company announced today. “Both services are being decommissioned and will no longer be a part of our product family,” a Mozilla spokesperson told ZDNet this week.

What is the newest version of Firefox?

92.0.1
What Is the Latest Version of Firefox? The latest version of Firefox is 92.0. 1, which was released on September 23, 2021.

Are there any browsers that will support Flash after 2020?

Adobe Flash is technically gone, with Adobe having stopped development on it on December 30, 2020. This means that none of the major browsers – Chrome, Edge, Safari, Firefox – support it any more. You can forget about Flash videos, Flash games, vintage Flash sites – the whole lot.

Who owns Firefox browser?

The Mozilla Foundation
The Mozilla Foundation works to ensure the internet remains a public resource that is open and accessible to us all. In the early 2000s, the Mozilla community built Firefox. We toppled the browser monopoly, gave users choice and control online, and helped create a healthier internet.

Which is latest version of Chrome?

Stable branch of Chrome:

Platform Version Release Date
Chrome on macOS 94.0.4606.61 2021-09-25
Chrome on Linux 94.0.4606.61 2021-09-25
Chrome on Android 94.0.4606.61 2021-09-24
Chrome on iOS 94.0.4606.52 2021-09-22

Why does Firefox look like Chrome now?

The interface you see in Firefox 29 is a major re-design (first one since Firefox 4) of Firefox’s user interface called “Australis.” We could argue about the UI similarity between 29 and Chrome but what good would that do? Main point is that Firefox is still way more customizable than Google and way more secure.

Does Firefox have a future?

(Back in November, Computerworld forecast that Firefox would slip under the 6% bar by August 2021.) If Firefox stays on its past-12-month trend, the browser could slip under 5% by the end of this year and below 4% by August 2022.

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