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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by Cylontymany, Sep 7, 2016.
I had been using Fire Fox but now it seems to get stuck in the busy mode alot! So what about opera?
All big browsers – Firefox, Opera, Chrome – stopped supporting Lion and Mountain Lion.
I had issues with Lion running out of RAM (10.8 and up does a much better job)
helps a lot.
If you want to try a lightweight browser look at QupZilla. It doesn't look very OSX like but runs ok
Never too late to correct misinformation,
I'm running Lion 10.5 and the latest version of FireFox 48.0.2, now how's that for support?
Interesting, it contradicts what they say on their website.
Not really, what they say is, and I quote...
"Firefox support has ended for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8
The Firefox version 48 release in August 2016 will be the last Firefox version to receive new feature or security updates on OS X systems that are no longer supported by Apple: OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8. Starting with the Firefox version 49 release in September 2016, Firefox is no longer supported on OS X systems below 10.9."
I only posted my info because you said "stopped", which is past-tense, if you had said "will be stopping" you would have been correct.
No doubt about it the writing is on the wall but I'm not going to worry about it for some time yet.
Seems like Mozilla can't make up their mind, this link claims support will be dropped starting with version 49.0
So as the saying goes, don't believe it just because it's on the web.
I can say with certainty that FF 48 runs nicely on Lion.
In any case, support has now ended. The OP wasn’t even interested in Firefox anymore.
go to snow leopard witch for some reason has no thread on here, and install the g3 build of tenfourfox that would work great for ya
In my experience "not supported" simply means "we didn't go out of our way to ensure that it works with this configuration".
Never forego trying something simply because it is "not supported".
Not supported != Not working.