October 16, 2014

Download Waterfox Terbaru (Firefox 64-bit)

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Waterfox is a high performance browser based on the Mozilla platform. Made specifically for Windows 64-Bit systems, Waterfox has one thing in mind: speed.

  • What makes Waterfox fast?

    Waterfox is compiled with Intel's C++ Compiler with the following optimisations: Intel's Math Library, SSE3, AVX for supported Intel processors, Profile-Guided Optimisation and the /O3 switch. Customisations to the base code were also made.
    • Do all my add-ons and plugins work?

      Your add-ons/extensions work on any version of Firefox, on any platform! That means they all work with Waterfox. On the other hand, only 64-Bit plugins work with Waterfox and as of now those are: Adobe Flash, Oracle Java and Microsoft Silverlight.
    • I'm missing libiomp5md.dll, libmmd.dll or svml_dispmd.dll

      If for some reason you find yourself missing any of these dynamic libraries, you can install the Intel Redistributable.

      Plug It In


      Adobe Flash Player

      The Adobe Flash Player is software for viewing animations and movies using computer programs such as a web browser. Flash Player is a widely distributed proprietary multimedia and application player created by Macromedia and now developed and distributed by Adobe after its acquisition.

      Oracle Java

      Java is a widely used platform used to deploy portable applications for general use. In practical terms, Java consists of a virtual machine, which must be used to run Java programs, together with a set of libraries needed to allow the use of file systems, networks, graphical interfaces, and so on, from within those programs.

      Microsoft Silverlight

      Microsoft Silverlight is an application framework for writing and running rich Internet applications, with features and purposes similar to those of Adobe Flash. While early versions of Silverlight focused on streaming media, current versions support multimedia, graphics and animation.


      • Built with Clang-cl on Windows
      • No Adobe DRM
      • No Pocket
      • No data collection
      • Run every 64-Bit plugin
      • Run every Add-On (even unsigned ones!)
      • Windows XP 64-Bit Support
      • More under the hood changes...

    Compact Dark and Compact Light themes

    Click "Extension" > "Appearance"

    compact themes firefox

    • Reference: Release notes for Firefox 53

What’s new in Waterfox 56?

IMPORTANT! Waterfox now uses its own profile location!

Waterfox now uses its own profile directory. If you have updated from an automatic update, you will get a prompt to import your data to this new location after restarting the browser post update.
As much of your data will try to be kept as possible.
  • Location on macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/Waterfox
  • Location on Linux: ~/.waterfox/
  • Location on Windows: %APPDATA%\Waterfox
If you use a different than default location for Firefox, you should be able to just update the profile.ini in the new Waterfox profile location to carry on using that location.

What’s new in Waterfox 56.0?

Waterfox will now remain at 56 for the time being, following the security releases of 59 ESR until it becomes End of Line (Q1 2019). In the meanwhile, a “new” browser will be developed to follow the ethos of Waterfox of customisation and choice, while staying up to do date with the rapidly evolving browser landscape.
  • Based on Firefox 56.0.2 release
  • Security patches from 57 release
    • Bug 1261175
    • Bug 1325923
    • Bug 1339259
    • Bug 1365894
    • Bug 1366420
    • Bug 1369561
    • Bug 1370497
    • Bug 1375146
    • Bug 1383019
    • Bug 1384121
    • Bug 1387799
    • Bug 1387845
    • Bug 1394031
    • Bug 1394265
    • Bug 1394530
    • Bug 1395138
    • Bug 1397811
    • Bug 1399540
    • Bug 1399922
    • Bug 1400003
    • Bug 1400554
    • Bug 1401339
    • Bug 1401804
    • Bug 1402363
    • Bug 1402876
    • Bug 1402896
    • Bug 1403646
    • Bug 1404636
    • Bug 1406154
    • Bug 1406398
    • Bug 1406750
    • Bug 1407032
    • Bug 1407375
    • Bug 1407740
    • Bug 1407751
    • Bug 1408005
    • Bug 1408412
    • Bug 1408782
    • Bug 1408990
    • Bug 1411458
    • Bug 1412252
  • Fixed GUI rendering issues on macOS High Sierra
  • Fixed search suggestions not appearing
  • Enabled e10s by default, some add-ons that aren’t marked as compatible may cause unexpected behaviour.
  • Cookie Prompt has been re-implemented thanks to Savarese.Org
    Firefox used to allow you to be notified every time a Web site attempted to set a cookie. You could decide to accept or reject the cookie as well as specify the cookie lifetime and whether to use your choice for all cookies from the Web site, thereby updating your cookie preferences.
  • Fix *BSD compilation; white space issues (Pull request #284 and #289

Help! Some of my add-ons don’t work.

Don’t worry. Compatibility with older add-ons is being brought back in the next few releases. A few listed add-ons that won’t currently work:
  • LiveClick
  • Color That Site
  • Add Bookmark Here ²
  • Pure URL
  • Mozilla Archive Format

What’s coming in the next few weeks?

  • The staging website is available to test at staging.waterfoxproject.org, but still contains various Mozilla-isms.
  • A better Android release as it’s currently in poor form.

What features does Waterfox currently have?

  • Compiled with Clang+LLVM on Linux
  • Disabled Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) by default
  • Disabled Web Runtime (deprecated as of 2015)
  • Removed Pocket
  • Removed Telemetry
  • Removed data collection
  • Removed startup profiling
  • Allow running of all 64-Bit NPAPI plugins
  • Allow running of unsigned extensions and full add-ons
  • Removal of Sponsored Tiles on New Tab Page
  • Addition of Duplicate Tab option (toggle with browser.tabs.duplicateTab, thanks to PandaCodex)
  • Locale selector in about:preferences > General (further improved by PandaCodex)
  • Cookie Prompt see image



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