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  1.    12 Nov 2015 #91
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    Another option would be Firefox Dev Edition (x64) run side by side as they use separate profiles,
    (although, I suggest making Dev the default and don't run them side by side if you're short on RAM)

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  2.    12 Nov 2015 #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyRalph View Post
    Hello Nighthawk. You wrote this after quoting my post regarding the fact that Trusteer only offer Rapport for 32bit flavours of Firefox and not the 64bit version. I am puzzled, as I cannot understand the relevance of your comments to my post.

    Anthony.
    I was simply explaining if you were looking for the alternative you would have to go elsewhere. Often you end up having to look around when not finding links for both on the same page. The SourceForge page there provides the list of releases in both flavors for the other browser however.
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  3.    12 Nov 2015 #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
    I was simply explaining if you were looking for the alternative you would have to go elsewhere. Often you end up having to look around when not finding links for both on the same page. The SourceForge page there provides the list of releases in both flavors for the other browser however.
    Ahh, understand now. Rapport is a security add-on/extension provided by IBM (Trusteer) and recommended by many Banks worldwide. It is free and available for various OS and browsers - but not 64bit Firefox, only the 32bit version.

    I wasn't concerned in finding Firefox 64bit; I have that running alongside the 32bit version on my laptop already, but thanks anyway.

    Anthony.
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  4.    12 Nov 2015 #94
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    Someone say 64bit? Trusteer Rapport Virtualized Browser - Install 64-bit Too bad FF 41 wasn't 64bit since that is supported.
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  5.    12 Nov 2015 #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by altae View Post
    Sorry, I'm kind of reluctant to download a browser from anywhere else than the official website. Where on Mozilla's website can I download FF 64 bit? I can only find the developer version in 64 bit.
    I've been using the developer x64 version for months... It's fine & no need to be afraid of it if it says "developer" because it runs exactly like the non-developer versions. The developer version tacks on a few things for web-developers that you never have to use if you don't want and in daily operation there's no difference between the developer & non-developer versions.
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  6.    12 Nov 2015 #96
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    Wow FF 64 with ublock origin is smokin' fast on my system. Much faster than Pale Moon. I'm loading CNN.com in about half a second. I now have 2 FFs, one 32bit and one 64 bit. I'll keep the 32bit on the side for now. Thanks for the info and link to the download.
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  7.    12 Nov 2015 #97
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    It's no different then Waterfox as far as how fast pages load. They use the same essentials only seeing two different names one being developed independent of Mozilla. You can sure the Waterfox 40 was the base line for FF 42 however since everything is identical.

    Pale Moon was another alternative but strayed a bit further away from where FF and Waterfox was headed. Cyberfox 40.0 and suddenly 40.01 that came out in a flash to follow runs along side those two but uses a different base line apparently since either of the other can run at the same time with any clash there. Pale Moon does seem to pale in comparison to those three.
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  8.    12 Nov 2015 #98

    Quote Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
    Pale Moon does seem to pale in comparison to those three.
    Hmmm - wouldn't agree there. Pale Moon performs outstandingly, and has kept pace while retaining the older interface (which is a boon if you're anti-Australis)
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  9.    12 Nov 2015 #99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jody Thornton View Post
    Hmmm - wouldn't agree there. Pale Moon performs outstandingly, and has kept pace while retaining the older interface (which is a boon if you're anti-Australis)
    That would be Cyberfox there were you simply uncheck one item during the install. That would be the Australian GUI items you would uncheck.

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    That's in it's own world there as far as being a bit different while originally having been derived from the earlier FF builds. It makes for a good secondary but still has to compete with the parallel FF/Waterfox superiority complex there. I would also include Pale Moon in the secondary category as well. That doesn't denote either of those two however. Flock, Google Anything! note, and some others excluding Netscape which was good in it's day fall into ..... and I'll leave it like that!
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  10.    13 Nov 2015 #100
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    Quote Originally Posted by reddice View Post
    Don't use any of them so I don't care. Office 64-bit version I also don't run no add-ons and it runs great. Also my AV NOD32 is already 64-bit.
    Just trying to answer your question. Kaspersky doesn't have a 64-bit version.
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