Windows 7 has 32 and 64 bit computers. Firefox doesn't support 64. Explain that system and options
Can you run it successfully on 32 bit? Does it pertain to space or memory?
32 bit vs 64 bit has to do with the bus width of your computer's processor. A 64 bit machine can process more information than a 32 bit machine because it can handle and move more of it.
Firefox only has a 32 bit option because 32 bit programs will work on a 32 bit machine as well as a 64 bit machine.
You can download, install, and use Firefox on 64 bit machines without any issue.
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