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64 bit vs 32 bit Firefox browser

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#1 ScottyK


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Posted 17 January 2010 - 02:55 PM

Hi, I have experimented with Shiretoko (64 bit Firefox browser)
and I am currently using 32-bit Firefox 3.6..
My question is what is the advantages of using a 64 bit browser over the 32 bit version??
Is it supposed to be faster?
I have 64 bit Windows 7 machine.
I think after doing the pipelining tweaks, the 32 bit version is just as fast but you can also view Flash content.
My question is:
What are the advantages of using a 64-bit browser over a 32-bit browser.Thanks :thumbsup:

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