Yeah, it explained that in the little video tutorials. I'm hoping they'll add an adblock function to it at some point.Yes it is lighter than Firefox and all the other browsers out there.
I don't know if you guys are technical enough to understand this but the best thing about it is that each tab is actually working as a separate process which not only doesn't crash the whole browser if one tab fails but also helps Chrome for better memory management. So it uses lesser memory in short term and has better memory management in long term.
The only problem I am facing is that sometimes a tab freezes while loading a page in it. Also the lack of add-ons is an issue but that'll come by eventually.
Would you still recommend Firefox? Did you upgrade to FF3 or are old school and stuck with 2?Şeytan;6601843 said:IE :frustrat:
I hate that browser with a passion. As if it wasn't bad enough as a user, having it locking up system resources, crashing like a tonne of bricks and everything else. Now that I've dabbled in some web development, it's ten times worse.
I basically have to prepare separate segments of CSS to make sure IE renders the page like Mozilla and every other browser on earth does. I have to use separate sets of images in certain cases because IE 6 doesn't support transparent images properly all the time. Had to make major tweaks to a CSS menu that works perfect in everything else (even IE 7) just to cater for IE 6.
And the kicker is that each release of IE tends to behave so differently from the last.