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Been running good since I've updated, I actually like the smooth scrolling.

As do I.
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What the hell? It seems like yesterday I was running Firefox 2...
    
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What the hell? It seems like yesterday I was running Firefox 2...

2006 is calling and it wants its joke back.
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Damn, this is making me wanna switch for firefox from chrome, damn this is the fastest i've ever had firefox working, not even waterfox or nightly was ever this fast to date.
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Agreed. And for most, it is their internet connection which is the determining factor anyways. Speed in a browser is like saying you can feel a 5 horsepower difference in your butt when driving a car.
Lol, that gave me a good chuckle thumb.gif

Anyway, I don't get all the complaints about Firefox's speed relative to Chrome. Sure, I'll admit that Chrome loads up faster, but that's a one time thing, and I don't close my browser that often for it to even matter. Besides, there's Windows' prefetch to speed things up.
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My network connection at work drops out once every few minutes, and at particular times of the day, several times each minute. Any speed differences that could possibly exist between browsers are lost in the 20 second I spend staring at this and banging my head on the desk.
    
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Honestly, i have never had a browser crash on me, even if i try to make it. What do you guys do?
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post #78 of 122
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Honestly, i have never had a browser crash on me, even if i try to make it. What do you guys do?

Most of the time, if my browser manages to crash, it's because I'm running Nightly and the plugincontainer freezes while watching a video. It happens like... once a month.
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I can crash Firefox easily. I just need to load in 2GB of data with Silverlight biggrin.gif
    
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Could somebody do some benchmark test,comparing Chrome 19 and Firefox 13?Also if possible to make a comparison about memory usage.Thanks!
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