Firefox 5 with Windows 64 Bit Support Coming

By | February 7, 2011 | 13 Comments


Firefox 5 with Windows 64 Bit Support ComingBest news in a decade.

With the release of 64 Bit Adobe Flash Player, there are no more excuses not to develop a native 64 Bit web browser build.

Good news, the upcoming Firefox 5 will indeed offer a 64 Bit flavor on Windows.

In addition, Mozilla’s next generation web browser is also set to introduce the following improvements:

Account Manager
Simple Sharing UI
UI Animation

ETA: 2011.

What are the advantages? See the following post.

Source: Mozilla


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  1. sarjoor says:

    Of course no ETA yet. Let’s see a end-user ready, public release of Firefox 4 first!!!!

  2. Shane Bundy says:

    While FF5 will have 64-bit builds the nightlies already have them (although they’re not updated every night). http://nightly.mozilla.org/

  3. mr.lutze says:

    “With the release of 64 Bit Adobe Flash Player, there are no more excuses not to develop a native 64 Bit web browser build.”
    Indeed, next Opera (11.1) version will also have 64-bit build for Windows, so apparently it makes sense.

  4. Matthew says:

    Is a 64-bit browser really that necessary? I mean, really!
    What websites need more than 4GB of RAM? :)

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