Well using more than 4gb ram, and faster bootup.
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There is one advantage there.
The other thing is that you can no longer buy 32 bit cpus.
You don't get dos emulation but thats just about it, a lot of stuff is moving toward 64 bit now days.
On 16/03/2018 11:32 p.m., zahra wrote:
but i prefer to use 32bit version of windows and 32bit versions of
i did not see any advantage in 64bit for myself personally.
On 3/16/18, Shaun Everiss <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Which is fine for most newer systems you can't buy 32 bit systems at all
and everything will go 64 bit eventually 32 bit emulation is still
On 15/03/2018 6:09 p.m., zahra wrote:
yes, waterfox is based on firefox, but only supports 64 bit windows!
On 3/15/18, Jaffar Sidek <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi. Someone did bring up the value of migrating to the Waterfox web
browser sometime ago. Well, I took Waterfox for a spin and I am
converted. I'm not sure if Waterfox uses the mozilla engine, but it
seems to be faster and smoother and less cluttered than Firefox. I
tried it with both Jaws and NVDA, and NVDA came up tops. You can't go
far wrong if you at least give Waterfox a try. Google for it. If you
are willing to get off your comfort zone and work with something
different, you'll reap the nenifits immediately. Anyway, there is not
much of a difference in Waterfox's and Firefox's interface, so the
learning curve isn't steep. Cheers!
On 14/3/2018 8:12 PM, Matt Turner wrote:
Does anyone find that firefox is really slow?
I'm using nvda 2018.1.
As for firefox, I've tried all of the beta/ nightly channels, but
chrome, seems to run alot faster.
Is it just the computer, or just me.