A number of users have started complaining that the latest version of Google Chrome is not only bypassing the popular AdBlock Plus extensions but also stopping users from skipping ads.
Do you use Internet Download Manager?The new Firefox, while I'v ebeen using it all of 10 minutes, is really nice. It's quick, responsive, and hasn't leaked 500mb of memory on a single tab yet. Got rid of the shitty old rounded design, and yeah, **** you Chrome.
It depends on add-ons, extensions, plugins, themes, etc... but even on a lean system, it climbs up.Really? Looks like they have.
I've been monitoring it and it's fixed for me. That was my only issue with previous versions of Firefox and I haven't had that issue yet with this one.
I'd been floating between Firefox & Chrome for ages. A week or so ago I decided it was going to Chrome from now on.The new Firefox, while I'v ebeen using it all of 10 minutes, is really nice. It's quick, responsive, and hasn't leaked 500mb of memory on a single tab yet. Got rid of the shitty old rounded design, and yeah, **** you Chrome.
It's not disabled, it's a brand new browser so the addons need to be updated to work on it. Give it time.I used the download manager and accelerator called "down them all"
It's the only one I've tried that really works and is so easy and simple
The new firefox has disabled it so I'm not enjoying this release
You're the only one on Earth then. Fx certainly had terrible memory leaks prior to this new version, and had/has done for at least the last 5 - 10 years.I still don't see how people are getting memory leaks.
I've had my firefox open for over a month now with 65 tabs open and the memory has only climbed to 350mb which is because I've got 65 tabs open with various video sources open as well.
It's never crashed, slowed down, it's never had any unresponsive scripts or anything like that.