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Best Free Windows 64-bit FTP Client

Overall, the only 64-bit FTP client I found fails to match the top 32-bit selections in our review Best Free FTP Client. Unless you feel that a 64-bit FTP client is essential I suggest that you look there for the solution best suited to your needs.

Null FTP

Vision Works Null FTP is a cut down version of the paid product. It has the typical local and remote files panes which support drag and drop, and status and log windows which provide details of the current connections and file transfers. It also has two limitations which are likely to affect your decision to use it: only three concurrent transfers and only three FTP servers are able to be defined for quick connection.

 

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by richienyhus on 18. January 2013 - 17:16  (104621)

Nitro Reader isn't 64bit.

From their website:

"The Nitro Reader application itself is 32-bit but Nitro can be run on both 32-bit and 64-bit Operating Systems. We do not have a 64 bit version of the Nitro Reader application."
http://support.nitroreader.com/entries/21757742-how-to-install-64-bit-ve...

Why do they have two separate versions for "32bit" and "64bit" then? is the installer 64bit and the app itself is 32bit?

by rgrun1 on 12. March 2013 - 18:32  (106181)

Nitro Pro installs as a 64 bit app
Also there was another post that the reader was not a printer - it includes an excellent printer that will allow you to APPEND to an existing PDF either as the first or the last page

by richienyhus on 12. March 2013 - 21:23  (106188)

Edit: the the main write up has a 64 bit icon next to it, not a 32bit icon. I think it is wrong to label it 64 bit if only the installer is 64 bit.

by Home User on 17. January 2013 - 13:19  (104565)

[x64 Browser]

*** Cyberfox ***

http://sourceforge.net/projects/cyberfox/

by setinhere on 23. May 2013 - 14:50  (107993)

Yes! I use nothing but Cyberfox. Faster then 32bit in my opinion. Updates are only a few days behind and are easy to install. Uses the same code as firefox, just compiled as x64 bit. Theme has been change too. Can run congruent with firefox. Uses same profile which lets you use the sync feature. I haven't used either Waterfox or Pale Moon so can't compare them.

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