Cyberfox will shutdown in 2018: Why is this happening?

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  1. This is a real shame. I use this browser several times a day. It is a solid 64-bit Firefox browser. 64-bit browsers are hard to find. At least we have some time to look for an alternative to Cyberfox.

  2. Mr. McKalin, thank you for presenting this story. I was not yet aware of this change and I use the browser regularly. It is unfortunate but I can completely understand how something like that project can overwhelm someone’s life.

    One question though… You stated “folks have several options to choose from that are close to Firefox, but still not Firefox” but didn’t offer any examples. Do you think your readers might benefit from that additional information?

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