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I probably will wait until 10 comes out to try again as my main browser.

MrAlex, please let me know if there's anything you'd like me to try. I have no problem making a duplicate of my profile and launching Waterfox using the copied profile.

xd_1771, can you give me some idea of how to check the stability of my CPU and GPU? My system is seemingly very stable; it games, runs multiple VMs when needed, and does the occasional code compilation, among other things. The only instability I've experienced of late was while running Waterfox. And as mentioned, if I use the same profile only with Firefox, I have no problems at all.
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Any status on when Waterfox 10 will be released? The note on the Waterfox site mentioned the delay and that the fixed product would be available by the end of the week. Is that still the case or are the issues still unresolved?
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This fixed my "you have been disconnected from EA online issue" and the memory usage goes down when I launch a 3D app. I don't know if it's Windows or the Waterfox. Either way this thing is hax.
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Waterfox keeps lowering my RAM after I use it. For example, When I boot up I have 2.9 gb of RAM. After I close it, I only have 2.1 RAM even though it doesn't appear in the Process Explorer. I open it again and when I close it, I have only 1.7 gb of RAM. Any one experienced this?
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Where is Waterfox 10? Tomorrow? rolleyes.gif
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Well, it is beginning to look like Firefox/Waterfox is not ready for prime time 64-bit conversion. No browser update, progress update... If this goes on, Firefox 11 will be out before Waterfox 10 is ready. I'm just sayin'...
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Well, it is beginning to look like Firefox/Waterfox is not ready for prime time 64-bit conversion. No browser update, progress update... If this goes on, Firefox 11 will be out before Waterfox 10 is ready. I'm just sayin'...

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Its been like 4 days. Waterfox's release cycle is positively snappy compared to Palemoon. I think MrAlex is trying to get the kinks ironed out with the Intel compiler, if he can't I doubt it will take long before he will compile a MSVC build instead. Firefox is fairly ready for x64 IMO, its just MrAlex (rightly) wants to push the performance boundaries some more, with this comes the risk that there may be delays.
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Yeah, there was some performance issues with a test Waterfox 10 build for users with AMD processors and a 3D rendering crash issue.
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Waterfox 10 is now available, get it while it's hot wink.gif
 

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Waterfox keeps lowering my RAM after I use it. For example, When I boot up I have 2.9 gb of RAM. After I close it, I only have 2.1 RAM even though it doesn't appear in the Process Explorer. I open it again and when I close it, I have only 1.7 gb of RAM. Any one experienced this?


That doesn't make any sense...where are you getting your RAM availability from?

    
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* firefox.exe version is shown as "-APPVERSION" (in fact that's shown in every Firefox file version)
* you already know this, but the msvc runtime still isn't included

I don't see why -GS- and -GR- are used. Do you have any reason for disabling -GA and -GS which are on by default for a reason (search msdn). Also -GA shouldn't be used on DLL files.
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