Grab it now.
With the recent release of Firefox 43, Mozilla has finally introduced the stable 64-bit build for Windows users, something we have been waiting for almost a decade.
In case you forgot, Mozilla has abandoned the 64-bit builds back in 2012 due to the “significant negative feedback” only to change their minds afterwards.
As far as Firefox 43 features go, it includes Private Browsing with Tracking Protection that allows users to choose additional blocking trackers, search suggestions selection from the Awesome Bar, on-screen keyword on selected input fields, various security fixes and changes for developers.
Congrats to Mozilla for reaching a significant milestone.
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