Editor's Review for Pale Moon 64-bit
Editor’s review for Pale Moon Web Browser
More and more people are trying the web browser Pale Moon after becoming dissatisfied with web browsers like Firefox. Having to frequently update Firefox has been a source of frustration for a lot of users, since it more or less changes the entire program on a regular basis. The most recent update in particular has not been popular with some users, which has understandably encouraged them to seek out other web browsers.
The constant need to adjust everything with plug-ins when using Firefox is a common complaint, but it doesn’t apply to Pale Moon. Firefox users that want to make the transition to Pale Moon will also be able to do so relatively painlessly, thanks to the migration tool that allows them to transfer everything from one web browser to the new web browser. People can even transfer the tabs that they have left open, so their bookmarks and saved user names will be safe.
Users have reported that Pale Moon functions well and works quickly and efficiently. Its resource use is minimal compared to that of other browsers, which makes it especially useful for users that spend a great deal of time on their computers. It’s 64-bit, which allows Pale Moon to compete with browsers that have become more established in the industry, allowing it to quickly gather a devoted group of fans.
People that have watched their existing web browsers crash and lose memory over and over again will be especially relieved when they can try Pale Moon for themselves and experience a browser that can withstand all of the fluctuations of Internet usage. People that watch a lot of videos on their computers will have experienced frequent crashes with many other types of web browsers, which isn’t a problem with a browser like Pale Moon. Pale Moon can change a person’s entire Internet experience.
Be sure you have a 64-bit version of Windows (i.e. Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit or Windows 8.1 64-bit). Note: this version of Pale Moon 64-bit does not run on Windows XP 64-bit!