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Waterfox 64-bit - is it compatible?


wildhouse

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Can anyone tell me if I am able to use Waterfox, the 64 bit browser. I have no idea whether it is compatible with my PC. I am running Windows 7 on a Dell Inspiron 620

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wildhouse

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just gone into my system which shows I am running a 64 bit system. Will download Waterfox and hope my games don't crash so much!

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rdave13

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Puzzled why games crash unless browser based. If browser based games try IE 10 or check for Firefox update.

Don't use any 'optimizing' software on your Win 7 OS.

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wildhouse

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Hi I play Farmville so it is browser based. I find IE much worse than the other browsers for playing these kind of games, so I use Firefox or Google Chrome, but on one game in particular (Castleville) the game crashes frequently on both browsers. It's not just me - loads of people are having problems with the game crashing. Several have mentioned that since installing Waterfox the game no longer crashes so I thought it worth a try!

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