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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Kosimo, Mar 22, 2011.
Did anybody know this? I though Safari was the only 64bit navigator for the mac platform.
So what does this improve, exactly?
Now it can hog all of your RAM, not just the 4Gb 32-bit apps are limited to.
How come nobody actually said anything about it?
Shouldn't this be an important feature for Mac Users?
Took firefox for a spin tonight and thought it performed pretty good. I'm so used to chrome that it's gonna be hard going back and using firefox again.
i thought Chrome was 64bit?
that was my first thought lol
Only for those who obsess over the larger number of bits.
except what does this buy us, what improvement will a 64bit browser be over a 32bit browser?
64-bit code runs a bit faster than 32-bit code because the 64-bit processor architecture is more efficient (more registers).