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I decided to take a look at my Has FireFox lost its Mojo, are FireFox user jumping ship to Chrome? post to compare the browser stats. In that post I wrote the following So what will happen to FireFox will they ever pass 25% or is this a downward spi…
I have been using Chrome for over a year now and have been very happy with it. Yesterday version 5 was released, you can get it here: http://www.google.com/chrome
I decided to look at some stats for this site and compared April of this year to April of last year. The image below has this information.
As you can see FireFox lost about 10% while Chrome gained 9% and Safari gained almost 1%. So wha...
You might think that this post will be about a bug in Lessthandot that only manifests itself in Firefox but you are completely wrong.
If like me (and most other people I know) you like Lessthandot than you want to make the tab a permanent resident of your browser. And isn't that what everybody wants in the first place?
Of course I hear you thinking that FF already saves the state of the tabs when you close it so why would you need it.
First of all FF isn't all that smart. Try opening a firefox window open all your tabs you like and then open a new window with the t...
For some reason this really escaped my attention and I just did it by accident. And I was wondering what was happening.
Because when I clicked on the homepage button in Firefox, it opened 4 pages. Apparently that is something new or has it been there all along?
I don't know and I don't really think it is my favourite behaviour.
Today I noticed a post on How-to geek in my rss-feeder Modify New Tab Behaviour in Firefox with NewTabURL. Now that is something I have been looking for, for a long time now. I think the default blank thing is nothing, I want my homepage to show up when I open a new tab. And I think FF should have had this ages ago. But an extension works for me.
First of course you instal...
I decided to do a little test on one of my machines with the three browsers I use most. In each browser I opened up Gmail, Google Reader and CNNMoney.
I did this on Friday and did not look at the memory usage until Monday. After a little less than 3 days, we get the following numbers