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Really? Yahoo..mmm..generally don't use it or have any use for it, plenty of alternatives, though I've never had any issues with any Yahoo site via FF and I'm sure if needs be I can force FF and/or Yahoo to play the game if or whenever such needs be, that said as I said Chrome can have it uses, it's simply not my suggested or go to browser, unless you like all your internet viewing tracked and recorded. Oh you talking about the new tab deal on FF well that really is not the case after any usage at all?
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i love my add-ons for FF. it took me years to assemble them and learn how to best use them.

what i don't love is the memory-hog, bloated nature of FF itself. it causes me more trouble than any other program... altho to be fair, i do USE it more than any other program.

but logically, why is it good to be maintaining a product built on ancient code? (i.e., netscape navigator) wouldn't the better idea be to rewrite it from the ground up, every so often?

i'm still having a hard time getting used to chrome's version of my preferred add-ons, but when i track chrome's memory usage, it blows FF out of the water. clearly, i need to eventually get over my bad habit of using FF and resisting change. :S
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Whoops! Never mind! Looks like Mozilla decided to stop selling adspace on the new tab. Giving up money? That's crazy!... like a Fox! Made of Fire! Which is crazy, indeed.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/firefo...182719424.html
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Opera.

I got sick of Firefox updating itself every five minutes (even when told not to) and breaking my plugins, IE is insecure junk, and Chrome had a dealbreaker in the TOS (reserving for Google the right to reach out across the network and disable any plugins *they* chose "to improve the browser experience" -- yeah, thanks, *I* decide my browser experience as far as possible). Opera has its flaws too, but it has flaws I'm willing to live with.

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Opera.

I got sick of Firefox updating itself every five minutes (even when told not to) and breaking my plugins, IE is insecure junk, and Chrome had a dealbreaker in the TOS (reserving for Google the right to reach out across the network and disable any plugins *they* chose "to improve the browser experience" -- yeah, thanks, *I* decide my browser experience as far as possible). Opera has its flaws too, but it has flaws I'm willing to live with.

*sigh* There are days I really miss lynx in a bash shell...
that sounds pretty draconian, but i could also see that as a good thing. there are probably a healthy number of exploits, etc masquerading as plugins, after all. positive reviews can be faked by sockpuppet accts... this has become a pretty big problem for amazon, for example.

also, if they were to just arbitrarily shut down a popular plugin, there'd almost certainly be a lot of blowback for them and devs scrambling to do a redesign.
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that sounds pretty draconian, but i could also see that as a good thing. there are probably a healthy number of exploits, etc masquerading as plugins, after all. positive reviews can be faked by sockpuppet accts... this has become a pretty big problem for amazon, for example.

also, if they were to just arbitrarily shut down a popular plugin, there'd almost certainly be a lot of blowback for them and devs scrambling to do a redesign.
Oh, I can see the good reasons for the policy -- I just don't trust Google to limit themselves to only the good reasons.
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Oh, I can see the good reasons for the policy -- I just don't trust Google to limit themselves to only the good reasons.
well, that's what i was trying to address in my last sentence, there.

there's going to be an automatic kind of checks-and-balances with any large group of customers. not to mention, any large site / service is probably going to have a similar clause as chrome's, anyway.

so what it really comes down to is whether google is actually killing plugins for poor reasons. it doesn't make much sense anyway, since it diminishes their own product and negatively impacts users.

by comparison, i've used the google store for a few years now and i note that they seem to do a reasonable job over there. if anything, they are too slack. true... there've been a few apps i liked that just disappeared overnight, but most of those were probably sketchy in one way or another. not to mention, you can still go get them outside of the google store if you want to. that should work the same way with chrome plugins.
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Hey, spambot! Good job on spamming all these threads! Get your own damn name and don't steal mine! "Ruby" is up for grabs... maybe you should try that one.
i don't get the point of all that. i mean, aren't these spambots supposed to put a bogus, hijacking site in their signature for us to click on?

instead, now they're just trying to imitate us and make pleasant comments, mildly adding to the discussion. what the hell kind of endgame is that, dude...?
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Well for what it's worth I have checked into Cleef from Turkey and no records thus far on the internet flagging the IP address as being a spambot, though rest assured I am monitoring this users posts and activities on these forums.
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i hear that it was once called constantinople.

my folks went to turkey a while back. i believe they had a nice time.

from what i've read, the country's not doing so well these days.
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Yes it was a constantinople. I dislike what happens here in these days too.
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oh gosh, i've been falling in love with chrome the last week or two.

i mean YES, almost every step of the process was annoying, and yes i kept bitching to the empty air about all the beloved firefox things i was used to, but finally i managed to stick it out for the greater good, thank heaven.

YES, steve... i reluctantly found upgrades for all my beloved extensions, and furthermore learned to live with the bomb across the other areas. and now my take is pretty much

CHROME IS &*^&%$ FANTASTIC

crazy town i guess, but it really does feel like i upgraded my compootor... that's how much better the browser and browser/memory process has been. of course, part of that is because i was monitoring the memory draws in windows task manager. you can literally (as the kids say) SEE the difference with your watchamacallit... your eyeball thingies.
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I've been a dedicated Chrome user for quite awhile now, and, maybe the new-car smell has worn off for me but it seems pretty sluggish. It also doesn't seem to play nice with other sites. I try uploading a picture using Chrome and I get a big, fat X. I use Edge... yep, Edge, believe it or not... and the picture uploads fine. Not that I'm going to switch over to Microsoft Edge or anything... after all, I'm not a monster.
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Well, I'm glad it works for you Ike, I actually see no difference in performance here and depending on what you actually use chrome for that memory usage can be far greater, it's not exactly honest about it's memory usage reporting. Not that it matters with 8GB on tap most of time I'm using less then 50% of that, all I know is chrome is butt ugly.

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good questions and good points, mate.

all i know for sure is that running win7 with modern FF creates a huge, sluggish memory hog. chrome, by contrast, seems to partition memory much more efficiently, based on what the task manager tells me, anyway!.

i.e., instead of one unified 300meg process running clunky as hell, chrome seems to split every little bit of the tabs, windows and what-all in to separate processes. man, to me that sounds sloppy and distasteful as hell, but what if told you that it actually does seem to work...?!
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note: chrome does indeed wind up becoming sluggish for me, necessitating a restart, but fortunately at a much more infrequent rate then FF.

two extensions are also helping to keep things running smoothly-- "one tab" and "the great suspender." i believe they're also available for FF, btw.

one tab allows you to consolidate whatever open tabs you want in to... one tab. it's sort of like bookmarks, but at the tab level. very useful for keeping stuff around temporarily that you don't want to permanently add to bookmarks.

the great suspender auto-suspends open tabs that you haven't been using for a while. when that happens, their memory usage goes down to near zero. you can also whitelist any particular tabs you don't want suspended.

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The last updates to Chrome made a lot of my regular sites inoperable.

Like Rand-McNally maps and directions. ..... always returns Bad Request.

So I switched to Edge. Regrettably, it shows the pages okay but cannot display my bookmarks?????
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Google Chrome. I used to always use Firefox, but it kept getting viruses and pop-up ads or something. Chrome doesn't have that problem
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even back in FF i was pretty dedicated to running script blockers to prevent that stuff.

chrome has some nice ones, including a powerful version i'm using called "umatrix." it gives you pinpoint control over every little extra bit a page wants to run. an incidental bonus is that it winds up blocking ads, too. all those sites which try to detect whether you're running straight "ad-blocker" can't detect stuff like umatrix.

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one other thing i recently realised when trying to go back and run an old browser game in 64-bit chrome is that the older shockwave stuff built in director (DCR files) was in 32-bit, and will therefore only run in 32-bit browsers. but all the other flash stuff i've seen (SWF files) still runs just fine; woohoo!
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I use Google Chrome it did not fail me, it works clearly and well. I love playing online games, google chrome, works stably with on-line games
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...but not for unity games.

unity seems to be a popular, common platform across android and browser, but chrome doesn't support it currently.
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If Google Chrome is not suitable, then in which case, which browser to use?
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