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#61258 12-May-2010 23:54
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Hi all

Is Flash player available for 64bit IE yet?

Thanks Paul.

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#329602 13-May-2010 00:52
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http://www.getfirefox.com - If you use that maybe?
64bit possibly not worth it, just use 32bit, while your in Internet Explorer why not visit http://acid3.acidtests.org and compare the results?

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  #329665 13-May-2010 10:05
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IE 64bit was useless without flash support... can hardly do anything online.

I used the standard 32bit version on my Windows 7 64bit machine but it quite often crashed.

I then changed to Chrome and never looked back.

 
 
 
 


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  #329667 13-May-2010 10:09
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I have had problems with IE8 32bit on Windows 7 64bit, and that was the StumbleUpon toolbar - the only toolbar I had ever installed. Since removing it had no problems and I am back at using IE8. It's faster to start than FX and Chrome doesn't give me any additional feature great enough to justify moving to it.





 

 

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  #329720 13-May-2010 11:46
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IE8 faster to start than Chrome? For me Chrome starts faster than I can move the mouse to where the address bar is going to appear.

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