Mozilla Introduces 64-bit Flavor

By | June 3, 2010

Mozilla Introduces 64-bit FlavorBack in April, Mozilla has started releasing 64 bit Firefox builds for Linux and Mac OSX operating systems.

Recently however, company has announced the availability of 64 bit nightly Firefox 4 builds for Windows as well.

If you are eager to try it out, head over to the following page and download latest release.

Keep in mind that 64 bit Java and Flash plugins have not reached final status yet.

Thanks to Shane Bundy for the news tip.


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  1. RamaSubbu SK says:

    This is good news!! Move all to 64 Bit  and most of the WinSxS files can be removed. I would love to have pure 64 bit WIndows OS with out the SysWOW64.
    I think, flash 10.1 will have 64 bit support.
    Seems like java for 64 bit is already there
    I don’t have Java installed in my PC for years.

    • Foo says:

      Flash for Linux has had 64bit support for over a year without any serious problems. :-P
      It’s still crap in itself though.

  2. montypytacz says:

    Does it give anything? Is it faster than 32bit version?