This November Firefox will release version 57 in an attempt to outmaneuver Chrome. Will it succeed?
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Posted 25 August 2017 - 1110 AM
Posted 25 August 2017 - 1120 AM
actually the widespread adoption of HTTP/2 will add another lag, because it makes lots of roundtrips, especially with badly coded websites. And when as is ususal nowadays scripts are drawn from a hundred different sites from all over the web and one server hangs...
But there is not much a browser can do about this.
another Pale Moon user here, since all the superflous stuff added to Mozilla annoyed me. Well whereever Pale Moon may develop to since they will have to make their own engine programming.
Posted 26 August 2017 - 0916 AM
Firefox at my work crashes, freezes or goes into spasms trying to handle video from Facebook
Posted 26 August 2017 - 1827 PM
I'm using Firefox as my main browser and I haven't any real issues. ATM it's better than chrome since it's not prone to the recent Facebook messenger virus which is chrome on all platforms. Haven't had any crashes to speak of either so I'm thinking it's something else at your work that's causing them Colin.
Posted 27 August 2017 - 1433 PM
Some of it sounds promising, but aside from the SJW theme, some of the new stuff makes it sound like they are more focused on coopting the user experience rather than fixing infrastructure.