I've just tried Waterfox. I think this is a great idea , especially for 64-bit OSes where people want to take advantage of their RAM be it 4GB, 8GB, 16GB...
BUT I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH WATERFOX AND THAT IS:
I CURRENTLY HAVE FIREFOX INSTALLED ON MY COMPUTER.
I'VE INSTALLED WATERFOX WHILE FIREFOX WAS NOT RUNNING.
AFTER OPENING WATERFOX - ALL MY TABS FROM FIREFOX WERE IN WATERFOX - I wanted a new browser , not Firefox with its tabs that I had already opened in the past.
I have various browsers installed such as:
Waterfox - this one cannot forget about the tabs opened in Firefox!
I mean, Rocketmelt is nothing but Chrome with a Facebook extension but still...you can open other tabs and forget about the ones opened in Chrome, leaving that for Chrome only!
Is there any fix for this? Because it wouldn't make much sense to use Waterfox if it uses all the tabs from Firefox - even if it's 64-bit optimized - Firefox can already take much more than 4GB of RAM with its processes(overall) so I don't really see the need for a 64-bit edition without the capability of having its own tabs.