Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 31st May 2010 20:28 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "Mainstream microprocessors have been 64-bit for years. Operating systems have followed suit. Now it's time for a program used by hundreds of millions of people to make the leap: Firefox. Programmer Armen Zambrano Gasparnian announced the first 64-bit Firefox builds for Windows on Friday, offering an FTP site for those who want to download it. But the software isn't for mainstream users yet."
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RE[6]: Comment by motang
by draethus on Tue 1st Jun 2010 07:28 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Comment by motang"
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Supposing that one should download an executable binary for one's Linux desktop system from Mozilla's website is distinctly Windows-think.

And supposing the distribution will do a good job of packaging Firefox is no better: the Eclipse project had endless problems trying to get web browser window embedding working on all Linux distributions, since each one broke it in a different way (

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