Mozilla Releases Firefox 3.6RC2; Final Next Week

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IzzyCraft

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lol in JavaScript speed there is so much more then just JavaScript on a website. It's where things like FF customization and crap weighs in, but imma still just stick to good old Opera.
 

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[citation][nom]runevirage[/nom]Why are people still using Firefox when Chrome is like twice as fast >.>[/citation]
Speed isn't everything. Compatibility is kind of a big component too.
 

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Comment1:Well my browser can beat up your browser.
Comment2:Na Uh!
Comment1:Ya Huh!

The Comment browser wars have begun!

but seriously, choose the one you prefer and stick with it.
 

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Unimpressed, I've been using Chrome 4 beta with extension support and I can't say I miss Firefox at all.


p.s, I thought we had an agreement that every Mozilla related article would have the Firefox chick in it?
 

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"Unimpressed, I've been using Chrome 4 beta with extension support and I can't say I miss Firefox at all."

I also use Chrome 4 and FF 3.7 pre-alpha and 3.7 blows Chrome away for real world browsing speeds.
 

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[citation][nom]weegee64[/nom]Ad Block Plus is the only reason I still use Firefox.[/citation]

lol well if thats the only reason then you also might want to try Google Chrome. The latest beta release (which is actually very stable) has ability to add extensions and the adblock extension is there
 

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I'm still looking forward to what Firefox would be. But honestly, the only thing that stops me before from using Chrome as default was the lack of addons/extensions.
 
Memory leaks? These were solved - for good, in the browser at least - in Firefox 3.0, when the allocator was rewritten.

If you still have memory leaks, try updating extensions (some require manual checks) then disabling them one at a time until you find the leaky one.

Firefox 3.6 is supposed to mitigate that problem with extensions, too.
 

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Is ReloadEvery going to be in 3.6 by default? The actual extension is buggy as all hell (it works on some PCs, and not on others, all using Firefox 3.5.7).
 

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