what browser are you using
every browser seems broken in some critical way to me now. it wasn't like that before. I don't understand
Well, I mean... then restart it? Closing a program and then starting it back up once every few days is not a lot of maintenance. You piss more often than that, and pissing takes more effort. Unless you're hooked up to like a catheter or something.
Please tell me you're not hooked up to a catheter or something.
You'd lose your tabs doing that, and the restoration would bring up the current version of the pages instead of the older instances, which might be a problem if you were saving something. In any case, that shouldn't be an acceptable condition.
Opera 12. I'm one of the last, I think we had 6 confirmed users last thread about it. Facebook doesn't work anymore, which is fucking awesome. Newegg doesn't either, but Amazon takes up the slack there. It's amazing how well Presto is holding up after so many years without development.
>On my Windows install I run Chrome, Firefox and IE. Each of them have different strengths and weaknesses.
It used to be fine to run Firefox (phoenix, even) forever without any trouble. Why do we need to switch between a multitude of browsers now because none of them can actually go too far without crapping out on something?
I've been using Pale Moon pretty much since it launched. I haven't looked back since. It demands much less resources than Firefox since it strips out the bloated Australis interface and useless features like parental controls and crash reporting. I've never seen PM eat more than 200 MB of RAM at a time, even after hours of browsing with several tabs open.
I have no idea how well the Linux port performs.