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  • 12
    IMO:

    If you don't care about RAM -> Chrome.

    If you want to save RAM -> Opera.

    If you don't like Chromium -> Firefox.
  • 6
    @qwerty77asdf The problem with web browsers like Opera is that these days many websites [that most people use everyday] don't fully support them because under the hood Opera is using Blink/Chromium. But many websites are complaining that the latest versions of Opera are not "Chrome" and some claim that the version of "Chrome" is not up to date (i.e. very old).
  • 3
    @jAsE I used Opera for about a year, I never noticed any incompatibilities. When I researched Firefox, Chrome and Opera have all about the same level of compatibility with things like HTML5 etc with Opera in the lead at times, Chrome at others.
  • 5
    That's because of the lacking amount of features in IE
  • 3
    The future is now, old man.
  • 6
    Notice:
    Chrome uses twice as much ram.

    And runs 10 times faster.
  • 1
    @BambuSource it doesn't run faster.
  • 2
    @jAsE do you use IE actively?
  • 1
    @qwerty77asdf I use both actively. Neither one more than the other.
  • 1
    I as well love Buildbox.
  • 0
    @Zippy it's good, do you have the 3d beta yet?
  • 4
    Shame that antimalware service uses thrice d ram of blender. Windows what even
  • 1
    @yatanvesh yup I know. I can't win. I don't like Linux or Mac, and windows is getting more fucked up
  • 0
    I use Vivaldi.
  • 2
    I see now:

    Chrome -> 0% CPU

    IE -> 3.3 % CPU

    Chrome: 1

    IE: -1

    :D

    But seriously chrome uses a lot of ram to make the browsing faster, it's something for something.
  • 0
    @andros705 at the same time though it makes everything worse. I have a dual core i7 with 16GB ram and chrome is slow to start up, slow to shutdown, slow to open tabs (does not render new tab animation smoothly), slower to load webpages than ie. Chrome has been slower than ie on every system I've used it on. I don't pick on things unnecessarily. Ie is fast all round. Problem with IE is people don't want to make standards compliant websites anymore and they want to use tech that IMO shouldn't be used yet.
  • 1
    @jAsE "Problem with IE is people don't want to make standards compliant websites anymore and they want to use tech that IMO shouldn't be used yet."

    WAAAT?

    If something was declared living standard for last 6 years and the browser does not support it.
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