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Windows 7: Multi-processor support coming for Firefox

08 May 2009   #21

Hopefully Win7 :P

[offtopic] Guys x64 support is nice but we should also get flash x64 from that accursed company @dobe....[/offtopic]

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09 May 2009   #22

Window 7 RC Ultimate 64bit build 7100

true..... with so many sites that uses flash it'll be too much a hassle to keep switching between x64 and x86 browsers.....
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09 May 2009   #23


About. Damn. Time.

Hopefully that means they start developing a 64bit version in house as well....

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by L10nH34Rt View Post
[offtopic] Guys x64 support is nice but we should also get flash x64 from that accursed company @dobe....[/offtopic]
yeah - if it was that easy they'd already have it out. just go read the forums at all the problems that Linux beta testers of Flash 64 are having,....
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09 May 2009   #24

Windows 7 Ult x64(x2), HomePrem x32(x4), Server 08 (+VM), 08 R2 (VM) , SuSe 11.2 (VM), XP 32 (VM)

on linux x64 flash felt to me more like alpha than a beta...
its going to take a way longer time for Mozilla to build and support FF x64 as i believe no one browser author has built 64 binaries in house ...
(well except IE)
on topic well
i hope that its an efficient method and that it does not waste to much resources..
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