Those who have updated to a 64-bit version of their operating system do so for one simple reason: their processor needs to be able to handle large amounts of RAM effectively. For those with this particular requirement it's a safe bet that when they search the web they need a browser that is fast efficient and safe. This is the reason Mozilla now produce Firefox 64-bit the 64-bit version of the much-loved open-source web browser.
Benefits of using Firefox
Firefox is open source software. This means that anyone can use the source code to develop their own version with any add-ons they wish to incorporate. As a result Firefox 64-bit has all the benefits that users prize in the product: ad blocking anti-virus software flash player and a cache limit controlled by the user. The programme also allows users to update the browser with a their own search engines allowing a great degree of customisation. The 64-bit version is a nightly build meaning that it is an automatic build with no change to the functionality or source code.
Differences to the Product
As the source code is the same as for all other versions of Firefox the functionality of Firefox 64-bit is the same. This means that those with a 64-bit OS can still benefit from the speed and dependability of Mozilla Firefox.