Mozilla Firefox will be upgraded to version 68.0 next Tuesday. The new version is the base for the next Extended Support Release (ESR) version of the Firefox web browser. Organizations and home users who run Firefox ESR have until October 22, 2019 to upgrade to the new ESR versions.
Mozilla will release two additional updates for the soon-to-be-replaced version of Firefox ESR to give organizations enough time to test the new release and perform the upgrade.
Firefox 68.0 and Firefox ESR 68 share most features; there are, however, some differences between the two versions of the Firefox web browser.
Here is what is different and what has changed:
Firefox users who don't run the ESR version of the browser can set several of the options as well, e.g. to disable push notifications in Firefox or disable Service Workers.
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