Firefox 3.6.3 removes Java 64-bit support!

Mozilla is going crazy these days and patch security vulnerabilities en masse! The latest update 3.6.3 even removes support for Java 64-bit! Is downgrading to Firefox 3.5.9 a solution?

No Java Support Firefox 3.6.3

It’s great that Firefox is so concerned about security and is trying to fix whatever they can, but they can’t remove support for one of the most important plugins without explanations.

Temporary Solution

Firefox 3.6.3 removes Java 64-bit support
Secure Free Download Report broken: comment
Last Updated: 2010-04-06
Operating System: Windows 7/8
Filesize: 1.15 MB

Oliver Krautscheid rates Firefox 3.6.3 removes Java 64-bit support Software 4 out of 5 stars - Some Pros and Cons:

A temporary solution is to downgrade to Firefox 3.5.9 that Mozilla still supports until August 2010.

Download Old Firefox Versions

Another alternative is to switch to the fastest browser of the world: Opera 10.5. Opera 10.5 is using the Chakra Javascript-engine that the Internet Explorer 9 is going to use as well.

Hopefully, Mozilla will be able to fix this soon.

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