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Firefox 24 for Linux gets native MP3, AAC and H.264 support

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Firefox users who use the Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system benefit from support for H.264, Mp3 and AAC formats that Mozilla implemented in version 21 of the web browser. Support means that users of the browser on those systems can play audio and video files requiring these formats in the browser without plugins.

The organization promised to deliver solutions for other operating systems, both Windows as well as Linux and Macintosh in the near future.

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