Looks like Opera is quite the memory hog.
How about we don't use anecdotal evidence to judge browsers we don't use?
I am very curious, is there an effort to focus on speeding up the UI, or decoupling UI responsiveness from the pages/plugins active at the time?
Yes there is. Electrolysis
I want to know what search engine you speak of.
Anyway, somebody gave me a cube to solve once. After about 15 or 20 minutes it dawned on me that I had an impossible cube. Somebody who thinks they're moving closer to the solution by swapping stickers can do something like put the white sticker on a corner cubie with the blue sticker, not realizing that white and blue are always on opposite sides.
White is opposite yellow. Blue is opposite green. Are you sure you hadn't just forgotten how to solve a Rubik's Cubes?
what would be the point of using FF over chrome if the are the same darn browser?
One of them doesn't track you.
Also, work is underway on Electrolysis - splitting Firefox into separate processes
I'm still waiting for the advent of the computer science groupie.