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When i try installing waterfox 14 it says there is a newer version installed but there is not. What files do i need to delete so it passes this check?

Download CCleaner and let it scan and clean your registry.
post #3132 of 7225
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Does the upgrade to 14.0.2 change the version number under "About/Help"? Mine is still showing 14.0.1.

Apparently an oversight.
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Does the upgrade to 14.0.2 change the version number under "About/Help"? Mine is still showing 14.0.1.

Yes, it will still show 14.0.1 cause only waterfox was updated internally and not the official build which is still 14.0.1
Edited by qwerty77 - 7/28/12 at 7:56pm
    
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Yeah, it wasn't an oversight, it was a build to fix the issue with the updater.
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If there is a version 14.0.2 why does the download page show 14.0.1?
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MrAlex, how do you get a 500,000+ score on Browsermark with Firefox? And even more so, how do you achieve greater than 550,000 with Pale Moon and Waterfox?

I'm running an i7 3570K (default clock) with Intel HD 4000 and I can only get 424338 with a blank 32bit Firefox profile. I also ran a blank Firefox profile on a Q9550 (default clock) with a Radeon HD5850 and scored 380611, so this really doesn't stack up with the results you have posted. Were you testing x64 builds of Firefox? If so which version? My results should be higher than the i7 960 results as the 3570 is a faster CPU.

Also, how is Fishbowl benchmarked in your results? The only two options I can see is selecting auto and have the browser give an upper limit of fish before it drops below 60FPS (~740 fish on my system with Waterfox) or you can benchmark a set number of fish and measure the FPS (2000 fish ~20FPS, 1750 Fish ~22 FPS)

Just FYI: 64bit browsers score lower in most benchmarks vs 32bit ones so comparing to Firefox 32bit with the typical benchmarks probably isn't a good idea, please read the following post from Moonchild @ the Pale Moon forums Here (32-bit versus 64-bit and tight loops)

The benchmark results should ideally be redone, over multiple systems with different specs for a good cross comparison either with blank profiles only
or two sets of benchmarks one blank the other not across each browser, consistency is key to valid benchmarking.

Although by the looks of it the only other browser you could properly compare to is Pale Moon as that's the only 64bit Firefox browser that's not alpha code, which kind of defeats the purpose of benchmarking Waterfox really as Waterfox is meant to serve as an alternative to Firefox (which you can't benchmark against very well due to the reasons mentioned in the link above from Moonchild)

I've often seen Waterfox on my system benchmark as slower than Firefox (Same goes for 64bit Pale Moon) so it might just be a good idea to remove the benchmarking page altogether as it really doesn't highlight the true strengths of a 64bit Firefox.

Unless of course you just want to have it out with Pale Moon... biggrin.gif
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If there is a version 14.0.2 why does the download page show 14.0.1?

Most likely to follow the official numbering of Firefox or Mr. Alex forgot to rename it. The download itself is WF 14.0.2 though.
Edited by qwerty77 - 7/28/12 at 9:02pm
    
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Open Event View in Administrator Tools. If your Control Panel doens't have Administrator Tools listed, search how to access Event Viewer in your version of Windows. Once you're in Event Viewer, look in the Windows Logs folder and scroll the System and Application events for clues to the problems your system is having.

Thanks for the suggestion! I opened Event Viewer and I kept it open on one window on my 2nd monitor, then I tried to open waterfox on my main monitor. I'm guessing that it is supposed to automatically log when WF tries to open and fails? I clicked Actions --> Refresh but no new events were showing up at all?

I also tried the -p to make a new profile but instead of the big window disappearing immediately, I see a smaller window flash on the screen then disappear. Nothing in the event log either confused.gif
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Just FYI: 64bit browsers score lower in most benchmarks vs 32bit ones
Here WX is faster than FX: 319560 vs 288939 Points
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