I'm using Firefox on a 64-bit Windows 7 machine and it works just fine. I like playing around with browsers and so far have only had problems with Safari, which also caused me problems on 32-bit Windows Vista and Windows XP, so I just stopped using it.
My HP computer came with IE8 for both 32- and 64-bit, but I stopped using the 64-bit because as others have said there were too many video players that didn't work with it and I couldn't see any important difference in speed. Once you become accustomed to some of the visual differences (the Linux- like triangles you have to click to open folders in a tree, the Office ribbon menus), Windows 7 is an attractive environment for the desktop and and works more intuitively than past Windows...
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