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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by T-hug, Mar 5, 2003.
the links are not working but if you look on youtube you'll find the video i cant link it here
"Har har har, very funny, Margaret."
Chrome takes that much ram? For real?
I use firefox... so...
now more than ever
im using firefox as well, but I've seen it taking up to 19GB of ram. maddnes. firefox, on the other hand, I can say is more optimized for low-end computers, and that's what i have, so... What more do i need?
That means nothing really.
I have 17 tabs, a music stream running in OBS, and many misc programs running in the background.
I am just below 5 GB of RAM usage.
Firefox and Chrome can equally be as intense on your computer if you let them. It's 90% about the tabs you have open, and the tabs you have active. Both chrome and firefox cache tabs to rid them from memory, but that doesn't stop someone from having 300+ firefox tabs open and eating 17gb. Chrome eats more memory in the overhead of the tab by splitting every tab into it's own separate thread, which is why it's more responsive, but you need to either have really low memory, or an obscene number of tabs to say "chrome uses more memory".
I'm taking a page out of @Veho 's book: here's an infograph from a psychology textbook I once had.
and me here with 2gb of ram. What's with your cpu usage? only one core in use
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*stills have 2gb of ram and goes to the corner to cry about it*
I'd like midori to be more mature, but it crashes every 40 min or so. me and my computer would be so happy
I count 12 handles on that door, if you can't pull it open the fail is entirely on you.
wanna see something funny
go on google image and type Pikachu backward
its full of funny pictures
Something funny, hmm-
oh wait i'm a newbie so I can't even post a link or image.
this is sad
can we hit 50 likes