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End of Life Dates for Firefox Browser

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I have been assigned a task to get the end of life dates on each of these versions of Firefox. Can you please point me in the right direction to obtain this information? Thanks!

Firefox 17.0.10 Firefox 17.0.5 Firefox 24.8.0 Firefox 3.6.13 Firefox 38.0.1 Firefox 38.6.1 Firefox 45.0.1 Firefox 45.2.0 Firefox 52.0.2 Firefox 52.1.0 Firefox 52.1.1 Firefox 52.1.2 Firefox 52.2.0 Firefox 52.2.1 Firefox 52.4.1 Firefox 52.5.1.1 Firefox 52.5.2 Firefox 55.0.3 Firefox 56.0.1 Firefox 57.0.2 Firefox 60.6.1 Firefox 60.6.2 Firefox 68.4.1 Firefox 78.3.0 Firefox 78.3.1 Firefox 78.4.0 Firefox 78.4.1 Firefox 79.4.1

I have been assigned a task to get the end of life dates on each of these versions of Firefox. Can you please point me in the right direction to obtain this information? Thanks! Firefox 17.0.10 Firefox 17.0.5 Firefox 24.8.0 Firefox 3.6.13 Firefox 38.0.1 Firefox 38.6.1 Firefox 45.0.1 Firefox 45.2.0 Firefox 52.0.2 Firefox 52.1.0 Firefox 52.1.1 Firefox 52.1.2 Firefox 52.2.0 Firefox 52.2.1 Firefox 52.4.1 Firefox 52.5.1.1 Firefox 52.5.2 Firefox 55.0.3 Firefox 56.0.1 Firefox 57.0.2 Firefox 60.6.1 Firefox 60.6.2 Firefox 68.4.1 Firefox 78.3.0 Firefox 78.3.1 Firefox 78.4.0 Firefox 78.4.1 Firefox 79.4.1

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All of those versions are no longer supported. The EOL date for any given Firefox release is the date of the next replacement release. You can check the Releases page to look those up -- click the subsequent version (next one to the right or next one up) to look at its release date.

https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

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All of those versions are no longer supported. The EOL date for any given Firefox release is the date of the next replacement release. You can check the Releases page to look those up -- click the subsequent version (next one to the right or next one up) to look at its release date.

https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/releases/

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jscher2000, where can I see the release information on future versions?

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There is a calendar of planned release dates for the next few major updates if that is what you mean. Look at the last 3 columns:

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Release_Management/Calendar

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Thank you.

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