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No, Mozilla did not just kill Firefox x64 for Windows

Over at TheNextWeb, it's been reported that Mozilla has "quietly killed" the 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. There has never been a stable release, however. The 64-bit build has been limited to Mozilla's Nightly and branch builds — like the Firefox UX build where the new Australis theme first appeared.

Over at TheNextWeb, it's been reported that Mozilla has "quietly killed" the 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. There has never been a stable release, however. The 64-bit build has been limited to Mozilla's Nightly and branch builds — like the Firefox UX build where the new Australis theme first appeared.

Over at TheNextWeb, it's been reported that Mozilla has "quietly killed" the 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. There has never been a stable release, however. The 64-bit build has been limited to Mozilla's Nightly and branch builds — like the Firefox UX build where the new Australis theme first appeared.

Over at TheNextWeb, it's been reported that Mozilla has "quietly killed" the 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. There has never been a stable release, however. The 64-bit build has been limited to Mozilla's Nightly and branch builds — like the Firefox UX build where the new Australis theme first appeared.

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    Over at TheNextWeb, it's been reported that Mozilla has "quietly killed" the 64-bit build of Firefox for Windows. There has never been a stable release, however. The 64-bit build has been limited to Mozilla's Nightly and branch builds — like the Firefox UX build where the new Australis theme first appeared.