Are there any good 64 bit web browsers. I like using firefox and chrome.
Most 64-bit Linux distros come with a 64-bit version of Firefox. There is also one of those for Windows. Other than that, I don't think there are many 64-bit browsers.
To be honest, you don't really need one. The speed increase would be marginal at best, and most plugins (Flash) aren't 64-bit-compatible yet (although Java finally made a 64-bit version of theirs). You'd gain nothing from using a 64-bit browser, so there's no point. Developers don't want to waste the time, either, so you probably won't see too many in the near future (at least not for Windows).
Firefox has been ported out 64 Bit. You can find it at: http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Firefox:Download
I use version 3.6.3 because version 3.7.x changed the interface to the same one that will be in Firefox 4.0, which I don't like.
I am using the MR Tech Tool Kit extention. It allows me to run incompatable extensions with newer versions of Firefox (32 bit compatible). So far, all 32 bit extentions and themes I have seem to work perfectly.
Adobe Flash support had also been ported for 64 bit. It can be found at: "http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html"
For those of you who are looking for a 64 bit version of Thunderbird, it can be found at: "http://wiki.mozilla-x86-64.com/Thunderbird:Download"
I am running version 3.1.6 and it runs perfectly.
That is all.
you can download various Firefox x64 builds here. Google Chrome x64 is only available for Linux as of now.