After shutting down official support for Firefox 3.6 earlier this week, Mozilla plans to auto-upgrade the web browser to the current Firefox 12 sometime in early May.
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Official support for Firefox 3.6 will end this coming Tuesday as Mozilla moves on to support its newer web browser software releases. And the minimal requirements for Firefox on Windows have changed.
Computerworld is reporting that the forthcoming version of Firefox 3.6 will include a feature which disables the ability for other applications to "sneakily" install add-ons without the users knowledge. One can assume this is in...