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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.

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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  • No, Mozilla did not just kill Firefox x64 for WindowsNo, 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.