Posts Tagged ‘64-bit’

Malwarebytes Releases Another Beta to Fix Malwarebytes 3 issues

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

It’s starting to sound like they may have rolled out Malwarebytes 3 a bit too early; it doesn’t exactly boost user confidence to release a security program with this many bugs.

Security company Malwarebytes has released another beta version for its flagship product Malwarebytes 3 to fix long-standing issues in the program. Malwarebytes 3, a new product born out of the ashes of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Anti-Exploit, and Anti-Ransomware, has been plagued by bugs ever since its release.


Time to Make the Switch to 64-Bit Firefox on Windows

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Now that Mozilla is dropping support for NPAPI plug-ins, there’s really no reason to stick with the 34-bit version of Firefox.

The story of 64-bit Firefox on Windows is a long and complex one, and it is just about to end with Mozilla moving from offering 32-bit Firefox as the default download option to offering 64-bit Firefox on Windows by default.


Mozilla Releases 64-Bit Firefox Developer Edition for Windows

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Better late than never, I guess …

Windows users who wanted to run a 64-bit version of Firefox in the past were limited to the Nightly Channel up until now as it was the only channel that offered 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Firefox on Windows. All other channels, Stable, Beta and Developer Edition, were not offered as a 64-bit version for the Windows operating system.


Pale Moon 25 Available Now – Introduces Major Changes

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Looking for another browser alternative? Pale Moon 25 is an interesting Firefox spin-off …

Pale Moon is a popular web browser that is probably best described as a spin-off of the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It has seen a rise in popularity recently as it did not implement the new Firefox Australis design but that is not the only reason why it is popular. The author of the program has made available a 64-bit version of Pale Moon for instance for Windows while Mozilla has not been making available 64-bit versions of Firefox Stable for Windows (This will change in the coming months though).


64-Bit Firefox for Windows is on its Way

Friday, October 10th, 2014

I wonder what took them so long?

Firefox users who run the browser on Windows systems have two options currently when it comes to running it as a 64-bit application. They can either run the 64-bit Nightly channel version of the browser or use a third-party build such as Pale Moon which is offered as a 64-bit version as well. If you look at Firefox’s main competitors you will notice that Internet Explorer is being offered as a 64-bit version and that Google Chrome is already available as a 64-bit version as well.


Want to Run 64-Bit Internet Explorer on Windows 8’s Desktop? Here’s How

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Here’s a useful trick for Windows 8 users …

If you are running a 64-bit version of Windows 8 you have got access to 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Internet Explorer 10 on the system. The 64-bit version of Internet Explorer 10 is automatically started on the Modern user interface part of the operating system. On the desktop that is different as it is not run in a full 64-bit version.


Windows 7 32-Bit vs 64-Bit

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

I guess it boils down to a question of hardware again …

Computer users who want to buy Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 7 have two choices to make. First they need to decide on the edition of the operating system. At least three different editions are available for retail users, they are: Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Ultimate. Windows 7 Home Premium is the cheapest of the three, Ultimate the most expensive. The more expensive editions come with additional features and it is up to the user to decide which features are needed and which are not. Most home users will be perfectly fine with Home Premium, as the Professional and Ultimate editions concentrate on offering additional features to professionals and businesses.