add 13 tabs in firefox. 2 tabs on chrome. ie. currently closed.
opera allows me to use it "3D" because of the mdi interface. firefox and chrome i can only view one document because of the sdi. with opera i can view 6 or more documents depending on the way i resize each tab. that's the most unique thing about opera. this is just terrible news for me to see opera change.
i can understand i'm probably the only one who pushes opera to it's limits. i'm just saddened it's over. i'll still continue to use this v12.
if you have a problem with 12 you can always go to the forums and find a solution. i hardly have any problems. most of my problems these days are crashes. my only rare problems are comments showing at the bottom of pages. and when that happens i just use firefox (right click on the page > open with > firefox). otherwise opera works 99% of the time for me. opera is the program that uses most of my memory. with these 36 tabs resized it's at 2,580,304k. and it can go all the way up to 4GB. firefox is 3rd at 600MB.
scrolling: opera has the best scrolling of all browsers. opera was the only browser that could crawl scroll (middle button auto scroll). firefox can too.
opera's mdi interface just puts it on a league of it's own. and the guys in the forums can help you customize it to pretty much anyhow you'd want. firefox is the next best browser. the plugins just make it way better than chrome. chrome is still too simple of a browser to compete with firefox. and when chrome crashes there's no guarantee the browser will restore the pages. opera and firefox will always restore the pages. i usually have 2 or 3 instances of firefox up and don't close them down when shutting down the computer. i just shut down the computer that way when i restart firefox i can resume all 3 instances. if i were to close firefox windows down i'd only resume from the last window.this is typically what my desktop looks like.Edited by Remix65 - 7/4/13 at 2:57am