I was on Mozilla plug-in page that said I was using an older version and to update. I normally update from a different area where I click on a question mark and it takes … (read more)
I was on Mozilla plug-in page that said I was using an older version and to update. I normally update from a different area where I click on a question mark and it takes me right to the update box that said it was up to date, My Avast program said the same thing for up-to-date software. But I updated it anyway and it wasn't until it installed that it said 51.0 (32-bit). Now my updates, that I remember, never said what *bit* it was before. I have a 64-bit operating system (Windows 8.1). Have all the updates been 32 bits? Because I read where 32 bits do not hold enough ram. I don't want things to slow down, especially movies I watch. I couldn't find the last version I had to go back to it since I'm worried I may have installed the wrong thing. Though I read on a Mozilla support page that Only Flash plug-ins and Silverlight plug-ins work with 64-bit. If that's the case then maybe all my installs have been 32 bits since I have Flash, Adobe Reader, Java and a few other plug-ins that work with certain systems installed in my computer and so far all those plug-ins work. So I'm just a little confused. I did go to the What's New section where I update and was able to click on a list for all Firefox releases but they only have the recent version that I just downloaded, not the last one I had in case I need to go back to it. If that's the case I need also to find out how to go back to that latest version. I'll be going to work soon and see what happens there to see what our computers update too. Thanks to anyone that can clear this up for me.