The Mozilla Foundation has just released the 64-bit version of Firefox Developer Edition for Windows. The 64-bit version of it Firefox there was only distribution on the Nightly Channel, which until now has been the only channel that offered both versions of Firefox in 32-bit and 64-bit.
All other channels, Stable, Beta, and Developer Edition, did not have 64-bit versions of the Wwindows application because the versions of Firefox for Mac and Linux on 64-bit have been available for some time now.
This move from the Mozilla Foundation marks the start of the final support phase for 64-bit versions across all systems. Soon the first 64-bit beta builds will be ready starting with Firefox 37 Beta 2.
This means that the development of 64-bit will go along with 32-bit builds.
64-bit traffic will help the Mozilla Foundation remain competitive as most browsers already offer 64-bit versions in Windows.
You can try the new version from the links below
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