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What happened to the "ESR" releases of Firefox?

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A long time ago when I was setting up my RasPi collection there was a Firefox version I saw called FireFox_ESR

I've since learnt that this is Extended Supported Release. (LTS in ubuntu parlance.)

Do such things still happen?

Thanks in advance.

(And all the best to all. Let's hope things get better very soon for everyone with this social isolation stuff.)

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Hi, ESR is mainly intended for enterprises (companies), but you can also use it as an individual:

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Hi, ESR is mainly intended for enterprises (companies), but you can also use it as an individual:

If your question is resolved by this or another answer, please help other users by marking the best reply as Solved. Thank you!

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