64-bit Firefox for Windows with Brand New Developer Edition Released by Mozilla
Finally, Mozilla Firefox web browser is offered in the 64-bit version for Windows. This is really happy news for all Mozilla Firefox users. With this, Mozilla now joins the likes of Opera, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome to offer 64 bit variants.
Mozilla Firefox was a distant second when it came to popular web browser choices for many people. Now, that Mozilla has finally offered the 64 bit variant of their Firefox browser for Windows, there is no doubt that it is in league with other major web browsers in the market. Right now, the 64-bit version of Firefox is just a Developer Edition Build. This is not a favorable build to download for many users, but this Developer Edition option is far more stable than the Nightly option.
At present, the 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows can be considered to be in the beta phase. Mozilla is looking to come out with a more stable version of the 64 bit version of Firefox for Windows with Firefox 38 sometime in May. Mozilla is hoping for everything to fall in place so that the new version comes out in May itself. Once this is achieved, Mozilla Firefox will sit along with other released 64-bit variants for Linux and OS X. This new Firefox 38 Developer Edition will easily support web applications that are larger than 4GB.
This will help game developers looking to build large browser-based games. The 64 bit version of Firefox for Windows is also expected to be very fast and highly secured than before. A few WebRTC changes and fixes as well as new improvements have been included in the latest Firefox Developer Edition to benefit developers. If you are interested in upgrading your Firefox version to 64 bit version, then you can do so through the Developer Edition page of Mozilla.