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and BTW my FF 3.5.4 got me 93/100 tyhats good isnt it? or it MUST be 100/100 ???
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post #52 of 70
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Originally Posted by mattliston View Post
and BTW my FF 3.5.4 got me 93/100 tyhats good isnt it? or it MUST be 100/100 ???
That's good. 3.5.5 gets 92 for me.

I used to use firefox, i think it peaked around version 3. Then i went to chrome, now im back...
post #53 of 70
Don't Forget Iron. Chrome without google knowing about all the Pr0n you look at.
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thats what opera is for
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Originally Posted by boydyboyd View Post
I like it but i also like add-ons.

and i just did this now out of curiosity. And i didn't add the "fail" in the top left, that was there already. Kindof cool reall

Add-ons didn't really appeal for me. I used those Youtube downloader and... Only one I can remember .

It's funny how Chrome gets 100/100 on this test and IE barely gets a 10.

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Don't Forget Iron. Chrome without google knowing about all the Pr0n you look at.
Are you really that ashamed of this?
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Maxthon gets a 13
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Maxthon gets a 13
Maxthon is an IE shell.
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But if sites are specifically coded so that IE won't fart, I guess I don't understand the issue here : I have used it without complaint ever since I got the windows 7 beta.
It's like if Intel released a CPU that was half compliant with x86, then said it was compatible with x86 and forced everyone else to rewrite programs to work with it AND the AMD CPUs.

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I'm not suffering any performance issues from it, but the application shouldn't be leaking memory like that
especially considering that I know it doesn't need that much for the tabs I have open because if I close and reopen it'll be at half or less with the same set of tabs open. granted it might be a plugin or add in that is causing the leak and not base FF itself but it still shouldn't be happening
People complain about Firefox's memory usage because its in one process, Chrome (In my tests) has used just as much on the same web pages when you add together all the totals of the tabs/separate processes.

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Originally Posted by Impagliazzo View Post
Chrome. Why even resist?

Surrender now every other browser!
Well, lets see... Can Chrome have Adblock, noscript, greasemonkey, an GOOD freaking interface? When it has those, I'll switch.
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I am pretty happy with my FireFox, IE is also fine though.
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Originally Posted by Bluescreen_Of_Death View Post
what else would that unused memory do? Play solitaire?
hahhahahahah

damn love it..

FF is good. chrome is also good..

ie sucks
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