Waterfox 47.0 (x64) + Portable
Waterfox 47.0 (x64) + Portable | 46/48 MB
Waterfox is a 64-bit version of Firefox. Waterfox is modified version of the Firefox source code specifically for machines running 64-bit versions of Windows. Software designed for 64-bit Windows editions can take advantage of faster RAM and processing speeds and greater stability in 64-bit systems. Just converting Mozilla's source code for 64-bit Windows isn't enough, Waterfox takes it to another level with unique tweaks which help it exploit the speed of 64-bit systems. Waterfox is made with one thing in mind: speed. Waterfox offers 100% Firefox Add-on Compatibility and 64-bit Plugin Support.
Compiled in Intel's C++ Compiler
Intel's Math Library
Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
Advanced Vector Extensions
100% Extension Compatibility
64-bit Plugin Support
Whats New :
Fixed Netflix playing issues once more. It appears that Netflix compares user agent strings against the ability of that browser version to play EME. I've now set the user agent to pretend that Waterfox is Firefox 38, which seems to have fixed the issue once more.
What features does Waterfox currently have?
Disabled EME (doesn't work on 3rd party builds anyway)
Disabled Web Runtime (deprecated as of 2015)
Removed Pocket completely
Removed all telemetry/data collection being sent back to Mozilla
Disabled the 64-Bit NPAPI white-list so that the user can decide what plugins they can run (doesn't make sense for Mozilla to do this as most of their user base probably aren't technically proficient), but it's something Waterfox users are capable of handling.
I've also allowed unsigned extensions to run as well as there are still some old extensions people like to use (it's disabled by Mozilla for the same reason as above)
Windows XP 64-Bit support
Updated ICU to 57.1 (current Mozilla base is on 56.1)
Removal of Sponsored Tiles on New Tab Page
When using a profile shared by Firefox, sponsored tile and snippet URLs may overwrite default Waterfox settings, enabling them again
There was very bad weather in London last week and my flat got damaged in the process. Unfortunately a lot of my computer equipment got Water damage, which has delayed the release until now. My Mac is being repaired by Apple (once more), so expect Mac builds to be delayed once again.
Cross-compiling Waterfox on Linux using Clang has shown some promising results.
Automatic updates will be delayed by 24 hours to make sure there aren't any pressing issues before seeding to everyone.
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