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Adobe Releases 64bit flash preview for Multiple platforms

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Funny thing is how many people use 64-bit browsers? Even with Win7 I'm betting the majority of people still use the 32-bit version of IE. In fact, some people might not even be aware that the 64-bit version is sitting in their Start menu

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That is because tech's won't recommend it, because it won't show flash which many sites have. I have to say the 64bit is way faster then the 32 now that i myself am using it more.

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In fact, some people might not even be aware that the 64-bit version is sitting in their Start menu

Hehe never would have seen it without your saying so.

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As far as I know, both Firefox and Chrome are both still 32-bit only on Windows. But really it makes no difference either way - 64-bit applications don't run any better than 32-bit ones. They can just use more memory. The only programs that really benefit are those that deal with huge amounts of data - database servers, video editing, etc.

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Try the 64bit IE... there is definatly a noticeable difference. Always was... but now with flash it's useful. Same with 64bit windows 7 over 32 (if you have over 2gb of ram)

If you google around you will see that i am not the only one seeing this.

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I really can't tell the difference between the two.. In any case, I switched to Chrome recently which completely blows them both away.

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