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IS WPF(Windows Presentation Foundation) browser compatibility limited to IE or can be used with Firefox, Chrome, or mobile browsers?

Any feedback is highly appreciated.

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If you mean strictly WPF, (an xbap or a xaml only browser app), then I believe you are limited to strictly IE.

If by chance you mean wpf/silverlight, then you have a wide range of browser compatibility as per the following page:
http://www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/get-started/install/default.aspx
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