While Firefox is one of the most efficient, powerful and fastest Internet browsers on the market right now along with Google Chrome, the browser is only available in 32-bit build with the 64-bit version still undergoing development. This is very significant as with 64-bit, you can access more than 3.5GB of RAM which is unlike the 32-bit that is limited to 2-3 GB of RAM. Fortunately, because the Firefox source code is open source, developers have taken advantage of this to build a 64-bit browser that is similar to Firefox in all ways.
This is a 64-bit Internet browser and that’s where the difference from Mozilla Firefox ends. Being a portable application, this enables you to run the application from your external USB drive without having to install it first.
If you have used Firefox before, then you should have no problem operating this browser. But since the built for 64-bit systems, you cannot run it on a system with 32-bit build. Being a 64-bit browser, the application operates much faster than the regular Firefox browser, enabling to work with ease on multiple tabs at once.
Due to the application similarities with Firefox, the browser offers no form of excitement for users who are willing to try something entirely different.
Waterfox Portable is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in browsers category and is available to all software users as a free download.