When there won't be any more plugins for firefox, I will stop upgrading my browser.
Mozilla is making a huge mistake.
Good morning. Official 64 bit support for Windows was there since Firefox 42. They just forgot to place a download link onto official download page.
Agreed. There's still no substitute for NoScript or BluHell extensions in other browsers, whenever I use something Chromium-based I pick up a bunch of unwanted cookies because uBlock doesn't "block first, ask later". Recently I installed and configured an extension for mouse gestures which made it even better. As for speed, others seem slightly faster, but on PCs with older hardware there's really no question, Chrome with a few heavy tabs open can make the rest of the computer slow down. I'm on 64-bit Linux so it's no news for me, and I only experience an odd crash in a month or two. Always coming back to Firefox.
I'm sticking with Firefox because it has RSS feed reader that syncs subscriptions with other browsers I use. Something not a single other browser is capable without using some stupid 3rd party service that requires additional browser add-ons. It's now also the only browser where I can move bloody buttons wherever I want and aren't hardcoded into the damn interface. And lets don't get to quality of extensions. Most that I've tried in other browsers are poorly designed and made where those for Firefox always feel really high quality. And lastly, when it comes to speed, browsers like Chrome aren't really faster. They have amazing numbers in synthetic benchmarks, but in real world usage, they sometimes feel even slower than Firefox.
Now that it's 64bit it's even better (been using it since FF 42 beta) and while some pages still use Adobe Flash, the need for it is becoming smaller and smaller.
still using opera presto 12.16 (customizable, notes, email, rss, irc .. etc just too much to abandon it) but i truly respect Mozilla Firefox ... may be the last adv.browser for people not agencies .. hope it wont convert to the webkit/blink filth
Anonymous, 16 Dec 2015Yet still no multi-process support...Currently is supported in developer version and is scheduled to come in 2016.