Version 34.0 of faster 64-bit version of Firefox released

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We’ve just posted the following news: Version 34.0 of faster 64-bit version of Firefox released[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/12/myce-waterfox-benchmark-95x75.gif[/newsimage]

Version 34.0 of Waterfox, the faster version of FireFox has been released.

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#2

I appreciate this post. The last thing I had heard about 64-bit Firefox was that it was unusable and frankly I thought it had been abandoned. Since Firefox is my preferred browser I’m happy to check this out.


#3

Excellent news;)


#4

hmm…my last FFx64 is Namoroka 3.6.3 that I last installed. I waited for a x64 version. Downloaded and installed it and it looks exactly like my FF? Is it suppose to be like that or did I miss something in the install? I know Namoroka had a different style and look to it?


#5

The Waterfox version has a Dark Blue globe and a Black Fox instead of a Light Blue and Orange fox.
It seems to install also on the computer along with the regular firefox


#6

Unfortunately, Waterfox also carries over the most absolute worst feature of Firefox: the Australis UI. As long as that effed-up piece of crap is still there, I’m sticking with Pale Moon.


#7

What I really like about the install is that it imported everything that I had going in Firefox: Open windows/tabs, all add-ons, 64-bit plugins, history, bookmarks, all settings. That is pretty awesome. And yes you can still use Firefox.


#8

Just installed it. First impressions are good as it appears to work just like the 32-bit version I have used for years and years. Add-ons all function and it does seem a bit snappier.

BTW, it is posts like this that keep me coming to this site year after year. Thanks for the heads-up on this one!