I usually have a lot of tabs open in Firefox, at home. I have pinned tabs for work that never close, usually a whole tab bar full of them (30-35). A little of this is timesheet related, the rest is document control vault and active project directories and libraries. Some of them are full-blown java applications that run in the browser and slow it to a crawl. So when I start browsing for something other than work I am experiencing crashes with firefox that are caused by lack of memory for the 32 bit application. I was wondering, when Firefox 8 comes out, are they going to include a 64 bit version? Also, will it actually use the memory I have available, allowing me to keep lots of stuff running in the browser. I thought that someone here probably has tried or is working on the 64 bit nightly builds, and might be able to tell me more about flash and java compatibility, also memory usage.