> FF 15 does not crash. Not for me, it doesn't. (Though the
> current iteration of Thunderbird crashes at least once at
> the beginning of every session.) But earlier versions of
> Firefox did. And sometimes, for some weird reason, Firefox
> takes up system resources in a way that System Monitor
> (ksysguard from KDE) does not catch or report. So I have to
> take Firefox down and bring it back up just to get through
> the night's e-mail.
> I'm looking forward to an official Google Chrome package for
> Fedora. All I knew is that the Chrome pack I got was the
> worst-behaved application I ever tried to work with. But
> that was when I was still slogging with F14 long past its
> Will you provide Google Chrome for x86_64? I have found that
> x86_64 is the best way I know to keep this Pentium Dual Core
> machine running at a reasonable speed.
As said, by installing the Chrome rpm you install the repo too (I use the i686 version).
In Firefox if you go to about:memory you'll have options to minimize memory usage.
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