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Finally! No wonder Flash 64-Bit hadn't been updated, it got a codename change to Incubator (from Square)! Currently at version 11.0.1.3! Released 15 days ago. Woohoo!

EDIT: False alarm Seems Incubator doesn't have a 64-Bit build yet! Damn it Adobe
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Damn it Adobe
They are blah for 64bit flash. Dunno why, but they should be on top of things as far as x64 flash goes with how fast 64 bit browsers are rapidly becoming.

I just found a x64 email clients. Seems to be fast.
Lanikai aka Thunder x64 - http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Thunderbirdownload
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I just found a x64 email clients. Seems to be fast.
Lanikai aka Thunder x64 - http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Thunderbirdownload
Yep, Adobe really are lacking in 64-Bit support.
    
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While using 800 MB of memory with Waterfox, I opened all the same things in Chrome to see a nice 100 MB.
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I use Sumatra PDF reader. I just set PDFs to download and then automatically open separately in the program; not much different from opening in a browser tab really. Arguably it's better as your browser plugins are less cluttered. Same would apply if you use Adobe Reader.
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While using 800 MB of memory with Waterfox, I opened all the same things in Chrome to see a nice 100 MB.
Um...okay? Don't use Waterfox then. Although I can't even begin to imagine what would be using up 800MB compared to 100MB in Chrome.

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I use Sumatra PDF reader. I just set PDFs to download and then automatically open separately in the program; not much different from opening in a browser tab really. Arguably it's better as your browser plugins are less cluttered. Same would apply if you use Adobe Reader.
I suppose but that really annoys me haha
    
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For some reason, on some occasions when I try to open Waterfox it seems to crash.
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For some reason, on some occasions when I try to open Waterfox it seems to crash.
Could you be more specific or is it the moment you open it it crashes?
    
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Could you be more specific or is it the moment you open it it crashes?
It's when I immediately open it. Is it an add-on problem?
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I have been having problems with 64 bit flash, at least I'm pretty sure it's the cause of my problems. My pc would lock op and freeze while browsing and streaming audio via vlc. It happens so often it blew out my control pod in my logitech speakers.

Then the constant freezing hard-rebooting blew out my windows themes, and i could only get solid colors. i have over 100 really nice pics i rotate every few minutes. I had to go to a windows help forum to learn how to fix the problem.

I renamed the file from .jpg to .old and it worked. I got my themes working 100% again, and speakers replaced, now it keeps freezing, but i turn off my speakers power before i reboot. I tried reverting back to a 32 bit browser, (Iron), and no crashes for over an hour now and I'm listening to streaming audio. It didn't happen when i was 1st using the 32 bit version of FF4.

Anybody else having similar problems? Waterfox and Palemoon 64 bit were both crashing, and i know 64 bit flash is wonky, so I'm blaming it on that. It can't be just a browser problem. Palemoon just updated to 4.0.7. Both Waterfox and Palmoon are fine, and i am still trying to figure out what the problem is.

All my add-ons and plug ins are updated flash v. 10.3
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