Originally Posted by elito
Originally Posted by tpi2007
This is great news. I have had to bring up the task manager to end the FlashPlayerPlugin 11.3 r300 process quite a few times lately. I'm the kind of user that has several tabs open, and I put my computer in and out of sleep mode for several days, so I only shut it down a few days per week
^.o that is ALOT - compared to 99% of us here i bet - infact, i dont think anyone shuts their machines down anymore - 1 reboot per month or so only. =D
I bet you are completely wrong. Especially here on OCN, where people reboot their computers several times after having cleaned their previous graphics drivers and to test different overclocks in the BIOS. Not to mention Windows updates and some programs that require a restart after having been installed.
In my case, I actually try to restart more often than I did because the Adobe program that checks for updates to Flash only works at boot, so if I don't reboot I miss out on the updates and patches that improve the overall experience. And in any case, a restart with an SSD as a boot drive doesn't take that long, so it's actually beneficial from time to time, especially now that you don't incur in a massive delay, cpu usage and memory usage when you chose to Restore the Previous Session in Firefox, as it does not reload all the tabs any more, only reloading each one as you select it.