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Firefox has confirmed that it is releasing a new update for Windows XP and Vista users, Firefox 52. The company says that this would be the last version of Firefox which is being rolled out to the XP and Vista users. The company has advised to users that if they want to enjoy the newest features of Firefox they would need to upgrade to Windows 7 and above.

The Firefox 52 will however be kept updated with the company releasing security updates periodically. Firefox has also removed support for Java, Silver light and Acrobat leaving Flash Support.

Firefox is currently the only mainstream browser to support Web Assembly and is included in the Google Chrome’s beta release and should also be available in future iterations of Edge Browser as confirmed by Microsoft.

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