Well I didn't mind the rapid release schedule but yeah, Mozilla should take more of an interest in add-on compatibility and how it effects those that are upgrading the browsers; Mozilla's interest in add-on's should make the silent upgrade process more desirable to them and to the user.
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IYep, I agree with TaylorKarras on that. Just chill out , people out there. and be happy with fire Firefox. I dont have no problem with fast relaese as they update next one.
The rapid release schedule does not bother me on my personal computers but in an IT environment it sucks. Glad to see they are looking at add-on compatibility issues.
you said "...wait very wait very long.."
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