How do I run Java on 64 bit Firefox?
To enable Java content, you will have to install an old, 32-bit version of Firefox and then manually add the Java plugin. This is possible on Windows computers, but Firefox for Mac defaults to 64-bit, making it impossible to install Java for Firefox on a Mac.
How do I install Java on Firefox?
Firefox 11 and Java Plugin
- Open Firefox.
- Click the orange Firefox menu button in the upper left-hand corner of the browser window.
- Click on Add-ons.
- Click on Plugins.
- Locate the Java (TM) Platform SE 6 U23 6.0. 230.5 plugin in the list and click the Enable button.
- Restart Firefox.
- On the web browser, click the Firefox menu and select Options.
- In Options window, select the Content tab.
- In Options window, click on the OK button to close it.
- Click on the Reload current page button on the web browser to refresh the page.
How do I enable Java in Firefox?
- Open the Firefox browser or restart it, if it is already running.
- From the Firefox menu, select Tools then click the Add-ons option.
- In the Add-ons Manager window, select Plugins.
- Click Java (TM) Platform plugin (Windows) or Java Applet Plug-in (Mac OS X) to select it.
Is there a 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows?
Users on 64-bit Windows who download Firefox can get our 64-bit version by default. That means you get a more secure version of Firefox, one that also crashes a whole lot less. How much less? In our tests so far, 64-bit Firefox reduced crashes by 39% on machines with 4GB of RAM or more.
How do I manually install 64-bit Firefox?
You can still manually install 64-bit Firefox, if you choose. If you need to run 32-bit Firefox or manually install 64-bit Firefox, you can simply download and re-run the Windows (32-bit or 64-bit) Firefox installer from the Firefox platforms and languages download page. Take control of your browser. Get the latest Firefox browser.
Is Firefox 64-bit more secure?
A more secure Firefox. Users on 64-bit Windows who download Firefox can get our 64-bit version by default. That means you get a more secure version of Firefox, one that also crashes a whole lot less. How much less?