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I suppose more people are used to the dynamic scaling based on usage model.
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Did I install wrong?

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From the downloads page:

You MUST have Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64) installed!
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Originally Posted by lagittaja;14878487 
I'll run some Peacekeeper and V8 benchmarks soon. And I'll post the results here.
Going to use regular FF 6.02, WF 6.02 and Chrome 13.something
Chrome results are with 3 other tabs open, FF/WF browsers are with no tabs

V8 Benchmark Suite version6
Chrome 13.0.782.220 - 15339
Waterfox 6.02 - 6986
Firefox 6.02 - 7555
Peacekeeper
Chrome 13.0.782.220 - 14957
Waterfox 6.02 - 10229
Firefox 6.02 - 10471

And those results are with sigrig, and just for the sake of it:
2500K@4.5Ghz_8Gigabytes of DDR3/1333Mhz CL9_Maximus IV GENE-Z

Results are a bit surprising. Was actually expecting WF to be faster than Chrome.
I think I'll run these tests again when FF/WF 7 stable releases come.

E: Also Chrome seems to be the fastest to load OCN front page, atleast according to the "generated in" counter at the bottom of the page.
Adblock plus enabled with Easylist. Page loaded 2 times after logging in. Result=the last load.
WF 6.02 0.53735 seconds with 15 queries
Chrome 13.yadayada 0.42175 seconds with 15 queries
FF 6.02 0.50186 seconds with 15 queries

At lot of people don't like using Peacekeaper as a benchmark because it heavily depends on the type of hardware you use. Plus whenever I re-run it I always get different results. And Chrome always comes out #1 in every single benchmark I've ran. No doubt about that.
I prefer this (even though it's for mobile browsers, it does its job well):
http://browsermark.rightware.com/browsermark/index.action

Also you can't use page loading times because each time it will be different, it's never the same tongue.gif
    
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Originally Posted by LBear;14879635 
Is there a waterfox stops responding for bout 10sec? This is happening quite often.

I had this problem in Waterfox 4 when I clicked on some links or some Waterfox menus. Since waterfox 5, everything runs smooth.
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Is the Waterfox the only 64bit Firefox version/build ?
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Nope there is also Pale Moon, Firefox 8 and 9. I couldn't recommend Pale Moon,
I did a quick benchmark of Pale Moon and Waterfox ripped it apart.
Firefox 9 I think feels pretty fast, can't wait for Waterfox version.
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Originally Posted by Ryrynz;14888507 
Nope there is also Pale Moon, Firefox 8 and 9. I couldn't recommend Pale Moon,
I did a quick benchmark of Pale Moon and Waterfox ripped it apart.
Firefox 9 I think feels pretty fast, can't wait for Waterfox version.

I've been using FF9 for a couple of weeks now and I tested it vs. Waterfox 7 RC2 this morning using http://browsermark.rightware.com/browsermark/index.action.

I was a little surprised at the results. FF9 scored 321320 while Waterfox scored 328517. So I switched back to Waterfox :-). The only benefit FF9 has over WF7 is memory usage, it's about 50mb lower on my machine.
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Originally Posted by Amo;14888687 
I've been using FF9 for a couple of weeks now and I tested it vs. Waterfox 7 RC2 this morning using http://browsermark.rightware.com/browsermark/index.action.

I was a little surprised at the results. FF9 scored 321320 while Waterfox scored 328517. So I switched back to Waterfox :-). The only benefit FF9 has over WF7 is memory usage, it's about 50mb lower on my machine.

you mean your sig laptop?
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Originally Posted by iEATu;14884248 
All of you people with "memory leaks" have firefox running with a lot of memory is because you guys have a lot of RAM. The amount of memory that firefox uses depends on the amount of RAM you have. I saw that with a system with only 512 MB firefox ran with 160 MB- 200 MB of RAM with 1-3 tabs. It never went higher than that while continuing to browse for a few hours.

I can testify with this as well. Look at the sig rig. wink.gif
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