64-bit Mozilla Firefox.Antony Peel
Have you got a computer with a Windows 64-bit operating system? Are you fed up with the fact that Mozilla Firefox doesn't use the whole potential of your computer? The solution is here and it's called Waterfox, a version of the prestigious browser that has been compiled for 64-bit systems.
What's the difference between them?
The answer as to the difference between Firefox and Waterfox is basic, because the second of the two has a response time and loading speed that is a lot quicker compared to the official version of the browser developed by Mozilla.
And what do they have in common?
The interface of both browsers is identical, something that favors the fact that any Firefox user can automatically get used to using Waterfox.
Furthermore, Waterfox offers compatibility with the vast majority of add-ons created for the browser by Mozilla, and it even offers an improved experience when it comes to working with Java, Silverlight and Flash, because if supports the 64-bit version of all three platforms.
Therefore, if you want to enjoy one of the best browsers working at 64-bit, all you have to do is download Waterfox.
- Only works on Windows Vista and Windows 7 64-bit versions.
- Requires that Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64) is installed.