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Comment: And still leaking memory like a fucking sieve (Score 1) 7

by Khyber (#47812133) Attached to: Firefox 32 Arrives With New HTTP Cache, Public Key Pinning Support

No plugins or extensions installed, ONE WEBPAGE WITHOUT FLASH goes from 96MB up to 500+ MB.


Firefox is gone from my system, now.

Totally fucking useless browser. Mozilla went to shit the second they started with this every six weeks update cycle.

FireFox 4, with add-ons, runs faster than this new version with NOTHING added, on a 64-bit dual core system and 2GB RAM.

Quit supporting Mozilla, people. It's become quite obvious they don't have a clue what they're doing and these rapid version increments are just to make them look like they actually care about you, while they push out an entirely inferior product compared to what they used to offer.

Comment: Re:Amazon riding rough over industry? One recourse (Score 1) 112

by Khyber (#47789827) Attached to: Japanese Publishers Lash Out At Amazon's Policies

"You can also read it on any Apple computer."

I can most certainly guarantee your ass my Motorola-powered OS7 Apple laptop can not and will not read those files.

Also, now days there is no such thing as "an Apple computer" because it's an x86 piece of shit like every other computer out there.

Comment: Re:Broadwell (Score 1) 179

by Khyber (#47789791) Attached to: Intel's Haswell-E Desktop CPU Debuts With Eight Cores, DDR4 Memory

"If it's for gaming, then the CPU isn't really a bottleneck like it's made out to be and there is no gain in going i7 over an i5 unless you are going to be streaming."

Man you're so full of shit I can smell you through the internet. First, the i7 has more PCI-E lanes, which translates over to "I can drop in more GPUs if desired."

Streaming shit is all dependent upon the framebuffer access now days - GPU. Not CPU.

It's like people don't understand how hardware acceleration works.

There's no such thing as a free lunch. -- Milton Friendman