anotherengineer wrote:Just wondering if anyone has any input on this?
I remember there used to be an IE x64, I don't see it on this win7x64 PC now though, and I heard Mozilla dropped FF x64 support.
Just wondering if anyone uses any 64-bit browsers and what ones?
Ryu Connor wrote:IE10 is default 64bit.
Oh noes! Malicious hackers are going to have to learn to make their exploits 64-bit compatible? How inconvenient!TheEmrys wrote:IE Defaults to 64-bit now. It has caused a ton of problems for web-based systems...
Savyg wrote:I think yes and no
Metro-style browsers, including Internet Explorer 10, are 64-bit by default, and Internet Explorer 10 opts in to using HEASLR.
Ryu Connor wrote:As I said.
On 64-bit Windows 8, the browser frame process (both “modern UI” and Desktop) runs 64-bit. However, for compatibility with plug-ins, IE 10 on the desktop runs 32-bit tabs by default. If the user turns on “Enhanced Protected Mode” in Internet Options, Advanced; they will have 64-bit tabs by default for IE 10 on the Desktop.
chµck wrote:What are the tangible benefits of 64-bit browsers?
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