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Hi, ...

Microsoft Delivers Silverlight 5 Release Candidate - 64 bit support

http://www.silverlight.net/downloads
Edited by sst - 9/6/11 at 1:16pm
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci;14841907 
Have you got the automatic updating sorted?

I'm trying really hard to get it working there. I really want it to be available when Firefox 7 releases.
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Originally Posted by bigal1542;14842711 
How does this compare to Pale Moon and the regular FF? Especially for speed and stability? I am considering switching from Pale Moon 64 if you guys think it would be a good choice smile.gif

Props and +rep for awesome work so far.

No doubt the 64-Bit version will out-perform the 32-Bit version. As to comparison with Palemoon, Waterfox came out before Palemoon had a 64-Bit version. Waterfox is strictly only for 64-Bit versions of Firefox. But use whatever you prefer.
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Originally Posted by sst;14843923 
Hi, ...

Microsoft Delivers Silverlight 5 Release Candidate - 64 bit support

http://www.silverlight.net/downloads

Thank you very much! I know lots of users will be glad that's available biggrin.gif
    
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i also got the same error as Casz
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Originally Posted by MrAlex;14845002 
No doubt the 64-Bit version will out-perform the 32-Bit version. As to comparison with Palemoon, Waterfox came out before Palemoon had a 64-Bit version. Waterfox is strictly only for 64-Bit versions of Firefox. But use whatever you prefer.

Since you have been a great thread mod (as it is your own) and have been paying attention to all the posts it seems: Are there many stability problems? You got me hooked and I will recommend to friends if its just as stable or more.

What changes are different between this and Pale Moon? I noticed both are recompiled (don't really understand what that is), but are there any serious differences?

Also, do you recommend version 6, or one of the 7's?
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Originally Posted by bigal1542;14846223 
Since you have been a great thread mod (as it is your own) and have been paying attention to all the posts it seems: Are there many stability problems? You got me hooked and I will recommend to friends if its just as stable or more.

What changes are different between this and Pale Moon? I noticed both are recompiled (don't really understand what that is), but are there any serious differences?

Also, do you recommend version 6, or one of the 7's?

Get the newest version for faster speed. wink.gif And more security features. And better memory management.
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Get the newest version for faster speed. wink.gif And more security features. And better memory management.

Good enough for me haha. Consider me changed smile.gif
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Just started using it last week, lovin it so far, not one crash, and speeds are definitely better. Thanks for the great work! +rep
    
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Originally Posted by MrAlex;14839057 
That's strange. Although I could never get Java to stop auto-updating. But 64-Bit flash should not be showing as 32-Bit application.

See my attachment - Vista Ultimate 64-bit OS.
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Netflix still doesn't recognize silverlight installed on system with waterfox, and now with the beta installed it no longer works on all browsers. I guess it will take time but i doubt netflix will ever work with 64bit
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Originally Posted by bigal1542;14846223 
Since you have been a great thread mod (as it is your own) and have been paying attention to all the posts it seems: Are there many stability problems? You got me hooked and I will recommend to friends if its just as stable or more.

What changes are different between this and Pale Moon? I noticed both are recompiled (don't really understand what that is), but are there any serious differences?

Also, do you recommend version 6, or one of the 7's?

No stability problems that I have been aware of smile.gif. Should have the exact same stability as Firefox does. I don't know what's different from Palemoon though, I don't know what the creator compiles with tongue.gif. By recompile it means that we've taken the source code of Firefox (so nothing code wise is different from Firefox) and we've compiled it (i.e made it into a program that can be interacted with etc) with optimisations (i.e for example you COULD compile it specifically for AMD systems and have it perform better on AMD systems than on Intel systems. That's just an example though, and not what I've done tongue.gif).
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Originally Posted by Quantum Reality;14849622 
See my attachment - Vista Ultimate 64-bit OS.

I have that as well. That's just the Settings Manager. It's a 32-Bit application but it should show you which versions of Flash you have installed:
capturehrt.png

But to check properly go to Uninstall or Change a program and you should see if it's 64-Bit:
capturetrl.png
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Originally Posted by Ironcobra;14850436 
Netflix still doesn't recognize silverlight installed on system with waterfox, and now with the beta installed it no longer works on all browsers. I guess it will take time but i doubt netflix will ever work with 64bit

That's strange, it should be plug-in dependant and not whether it's a 32-Bit or 64-Bit version of that plug-in. I've tested a bunch of Silverlight content so far and everything has worked 100%.
    
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