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Nothing but Firefox. Loving the new release too...so goddamn fast. The UI changes aren't my favorite thing ever, but it's tolerable. I don't trust Microsoft/Google/Apple so most other browsers just aren't an option. Could maybe do Pale Moon, but I couldn't care less about plugins (IME they cause more problems than they solve...) and they've got a worse UI and smaller dev team...and it's just a Firefox fork anyway.
Mozilla is still the only major browser manufacturer that won't benefit from fucking up your browsing experience, so I'm pretty fully committed to that, and have been for a while :)
I haven't noticed any speed difference, but at least now when an extension crashes, it just restarts instead of nuking the browser. For example, I've seen Tree Style Tabs crash a few times in the last week. The tabs just disappear and respawn, which is nifty. But you have to create a file and paste some CSS into it to hide the stock tab bar.
Nothing but Firefox. Loving the new release too...so goddamn fast.
We must be using different Firefox 57s. The one I'm running -- on multiple operating systems -- is, at best, about as fast as earlier versions and is often slower. Worse, though, is that Firefox 57 is a massive RAM hog compared to earlier versions and it must be more processor-demanding because the fan on my notebook constantly ramps up when I'm using Firefox. It never did that with earlier versions.
It never did that with earlier versions.
I'm not sure I can believe that.
Worse, though, is that Firefox 57 is a massive RAM hog compared to earlier versions
Worse?? Is that even possible?
Firefox holds on to RAM the way hoarders hang on to old newspapers and bottles of urine.