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I let FF sit idle for a while (letting it load all my tabs completely first) for around 5 mins and tried to play again the same video and surprisingly there was no stutter. So the stutter is left with WF13 only.
I will try Opera 64-bit now, but where do I download it? It says on Opera.com that the 64-bit version of Opera is only available for FreeBSD and Linux on a x86_64 platform?

Opera x64: http://get5.opera.com/pub/opera/win/1200/int/Opera_1200_int_Setup_x64.exe

As for the stuttering issue have you tried latest OEM drivers of your Sager laptop? Those are the ones that are optimized for that specific brand.
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anyway to add .xpi files
specifically i need an IDM CC extension for Internet Download Manager.
Other than that, waterfox is flowing like water for me! Awesome job!

Install IDM. It will automatically install the add-on or go to this site to download it manually.

http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com/idmmzcc/idmmzcc.xpi

To install the xpi file just drag it on the WF window.
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Opera x64: http://get5.opera.com/pub/opera/win/1200/int/Opera_1200_int_Setup_x64.exe
As for the stuttering issue have you tried latest OEM drivers of your Sager laptop? Those are the ones that are optimized for that specific brand.

Thanks for the link. Is that an official Opera x64?

As everyone might suggest here, it is not recommended to use the OEM drivers for my laptop because they are really OLD. The generic NVIDIA drivers are more optimized.
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Thanks for the link. Is that an official Opera x64?
As everyone might suggest here, it is not recommended to use the OEM drivers for my laptop because they are really OLD. The generic NVIDIA drivers are more optimized.

Yep. That's an official build. Installed it myself.



I see... I'm not familiar with sagers so i thought OEM drivers might help. Oh well.. I hope you resolve your issue soon. smile.gif
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Is Waterfox 14 ready ? What changes can we expect ?
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Note: Firefox and Waterfox were using heavily used profiles including add-ons. Palemoon was run on a clean profile.

SunSpider is the only benchmark where lower is better.

    
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What version of each browser was used in the benchmarks?
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What version of each browser was used in the benchmarks?


The latest of each. Waterfox 14.0.1, Firefox 14.0.1 and Palemoon 12.3

    
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build with OpenMP?
I don't know if it's a good idea...
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build with OpenMP?
I don't know if it's a good idea...

 

OpenMP is for future versions and only if it brings benefits. Why isn't it a good idea?

    
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Is Waterfox 14.0.1 not ready for prime time? How about a progress report?
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