Emil Protalinski, reporting for The Next Web:
Firefox users are thus left without much of an option. They can
switch to OS X or Linux, both of which have full versions of
Firefox 64-bit. Windows 64-bit users meanwhile can only consider
Internet Explorer and Opera, since both Chrome and Safari don’t
offer 64-bit flavors.
Mac OS X’s transition from 32- to 64-bit apps sure has been smoother than Windows’s. Mac users simply don’t need to worry about it.
★ Friday, 23 November 2012