event.timeStamp now returns DOMHighResTimeStamp on Nightly/Aurora for Windows

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On the Nightly and Aurora channels for Windows, the event.timeStamp property now returns a DOMHighResTimeStamp in microseconds, instead of a traditional time stamp in milliseconds. This feature is still disabled on the Beta and Release channels, and not yet implemented on other platforms.