im a slave to google
im a slave to google
You annoy me, and I cant blame it on you being a juggalo as many of them are chill, and hell you are giving them a bad name too, just take it down a notch being intense is not cool its annoying and kinda pathetic,Fuck Yahoo n all, but Fuck Google Chrome. Its very Un-feature rich
Google Chrome 2 Beta. Its a lightweight firefox that isn't a resource whore waiting to happen. Plus it just has some nice operating features.
Well on everyones computer I've used firefox takes about 382,000K just at idle. Compared to chrome's 74,000K. It's quite the substantial drop on one GB of ram.Actually, if you take a look at the memory usage, Chrome is a bit of a resource whore. Right now, I've got one tab open and it's running two processes that come to about 130MB of RAM; opening three tabs brings me to six processes and somewhere around 200MB or so. However, it's smoking fast, and I've got the RAM to spare, so...
Well on everyones computer I've used firefox takes about 382,000K just at idle. Compared to chrome's 74,000K. It's quite the substantial drop on one GB of ram.
No praise for Seamonkey?! I mean come on it does everything! Even HTML website creation! (I'm Using Chrome To View FurAffinity, Incognito Mode FTW!)
No praise for Seamonkey?! I mean come on it does everything! Even HTML website creation!
Seamonkey's a suite, including a variation on what we know as the Firefox browser (same page rendering/add-on engine, though its source is based on Mozilla), mail client, HTML editor, etc. It's the continuation of the Mozilla suite (which itself was a continuation of the Netscape Communicator suite), which was discontinued shortly after Firefox' release, IIRC.
Initially, plans were made to incorporate Firefox as the web browser for the Mozilla suite, and Thunderbird as the E-Mail client; I believe these fell through, though Thunderbird shares code with the Seamonkey mail client.
Ad Sweep isn't even updated any more, as far as I'm aware, and I've never even managed to install it.Chrome does technically have an ad blocker (Ad Sweep), but it's a pain in the ass to get working, and not very flexible.
Opera used to operate just like Chrome does - Rather painfully. There are other Firefox add-ons that offer the same functionality, though, and can block pretty much any class of elements. Ah, yes, here it is. Along with Adblock Plus (and a good filterset), this'll kill anything.Opera has the best adblocker, though. Right-click, select "Block content", then click whatever you want blocked and hit OK. Unlike Firefox's take on that, which only works on one element per activation >_>