Originally Posted by s-x
They arent as good. It has already been brought up in this thread that the chrome counter parts of noscript and ABP simply dont perform as well as the FF versions.
When they catch up, i'll consider the move to chrome, but till then a few milliseconds isnt worth giving up the far superior firefox addons.
I read that too, but I think it was referring to AdBlock for Chrome, not "NotScript." Maybe I misread and need to go back.
Anyway, I'm also partial to FF's version of each just because I've used them for so long, but I would be willing to try Chrome's version if they provided equal functionality and protection. But, as I said in my last post, not having DownThemAll and Google Toolbar for the search and highlight functions makes it a no-go for me.
FF4 RC1 is actually much snappier than 3.6 too. I didn't use the betas for a while because, when I tried it out during an early version, none of the addons were supported. Now they all are, and I definitely notice a performance increase. I've played with Chrome over the past months, and it isn't blazingly faster than Rc1, if noticeably at all.Edited by Kaldari - 3/10/11 at 5:08pm