We've just posted the following news: Mozilla delays 64-bit Firefox for Windows again[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2011/11/FirefoxLogo.jpg[/newsimage]
Mozilla's developers still haven't succeeded to create a stable 64-bit version of the Firefox browser. Also version 41 of Firefox will be a 32-bit Windows application.
Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/mozilla-delays-64-bit-firefox-for-windows-again-77148/](http://www.myce.com/news/mozilla-delays-64-bit-firefox-for-windows-again-77148/)
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Baffling… others, like Waterfox, can do a 64 bit compile, and as I understand it, 64 bit is slowly taking over, from being a rarity for those who needed >4GB RAM in XP, to being the more popular in Windows 8 and higher (other than upgrading)
I used to use Waterfox back when I used Windows, but I found development to be quite slow (I think Waterfox only has one developer). It open much faster than most other browsers, though, even lightweight browsers like Avant.
Watefox is misspelled.