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Will Firefox Quantum work on Windows 10 64 bit?

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Will Firefox Quantum work on my Windows 10 64 bit operating system? Or will any other version of Fire Fox work on my operating system?

Will Firefox Quantum work on my Windows 10 64 bit operating system? Or will any other version of Fire Fox work on my operating system?

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Yes, Firefox Quantum should work on a 64bit version of Windows 10.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/52.0.2743.116 Safari/537.36 Edge/15.15063

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Yes, Firefox Quantum should work on a 64bit version of Windows 10.

Hi Yes, Firefox Quantum should work on a 64bit version of Windows 10.
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I installed Firefox 57.0 Quantum three times in WIndows 10 and it was unstable. It would flash up for less than a second and disappear.

There were signs of life to indicate that it was running - but it was unusable. I rebooted - no good. I uninstalled and reinstalled - no good. I finally downloaded and installed 56 from Mozilla then quickly shut down WiFi and disabled auto-updates before it could upgrade to Quantum again. (The first time it automatically started upgrading to 57).

Four hours gone. Another good reason to be cautious about activating auto-updates. I've never had an issue with Firefox until today. Ouch.

I installed Firefox 57.0 Quantum three times in WIndows 10 and it was unstable. It would flash up for less than a second and disappear. There were signs of life to indicate that it was running - but it was unusable. I rebooted - no good. I uninstalled and reinstalled - no good. I finally downloaded and installed 56 from Mozilla then quickly shut down WiFi and disabled auto-updates before it could upgrade to Quantum again. (The first time it automatically started upgrading to 57). Four hours gone. Another good reason to be cautious about activating auto-updates. I've never had an issue with Firefox until today. Ouch.

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