It's built on the Version 9. I don't know about anyone else, but I thought that web browsing was supposed to be fast. The latest Nightly we tested slightly beat Waterfox on Kraken, but the latter browser loaded the fastest from cold start though by a millisecond, which is negligible, of course. The more mainstream browsers such as Firefox seems to have lost their way both ethically, and technically; but thats just my shitty opinion. Along the way, they ran into trademark issues, so Phoenix was renamed Firebird. The rainforests are centers of biodiversity with intricate relationships between the organisms and their impact is widespread.
Coming to Firefox after using Opera for a very long time until version 12 , I deliberately chose to use as little add-ons as possible, because that's what I was used to Opera not having add-ons until the very last versions and also because I feel that very few add-ons are of high quality. I'm using it now and have a couple of niggles. Switching to another tab then back will make the page visible again, sometimes. Closed the browser and started again, everything is fine. The main focus here is on Pale Moon on Windows. As I said in my first post, I wasn't too impressed with it, but given recent events, I revived the SlackBuild.
Since then I have been somewhat hopeful they would rectify this, but instead they repeatedly desecrated the main reason I became interested in Palemoon in the first place. I obviously am looking for a specific usage case. Pale Moon, however is basically Firefox. I frequently have several dozen open. I can't see myself dragging that profile around for another few years or so, it just bugs me.
In the case of the second browser, Pale Moon comes with a built-in toolbar extension. I found this article because I was looking for several answers. Otherwise, some Flash sites and media may not run when you use one of these 64-bit web browsers. I find that this combination makes Firefox stable and responsive. It's basically the old-school everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink suite. Obviously though, the best solution is to just write my own browser.
While I agree the Pale Moon devs are being dickish over the whole NoScript issue, this does not seem like sufficient reason for me to jump ship. I am running the script actively against 4 profiles, so I have four instances running at once. I don't want to besmirch anyone who chooses Palemoon over Firefox, but i have yet to be convinced in any way Palemoon is objectivity better than Firefox in anything relating to web browsing or being a web browser in general. Pale Moon remains the only browser project based on gradual, core-centric development of older Firefox, where the main priorities are bugfixes and security patches, and features a distant third. If you wish to use Flash with Pale Moon, you'd need to ask in their forums. I'm not implying that everyone needs them obviously they don't since no browser is designed for this according to the poster above.
I found your link helpful. With 400+ tabs open, you seem to simply be running out of memory. What does Waterfox do that Firefox doesn't? This is a repeating pattern of abuse of trust that can no longer be tolerated. I find cyberfox to be the best option out of waterfox or palemoon reason why is waterfox is very slow updating in security issues and palemoon is always on and older code base with supposed back porting of security updates. Anyway, by cutting away all the non-browser features of Suite, Firefox was much smaller than Suite and started up faster. But that's very unhelpful advice, even if I understand your point. It actually led to it being a problem, and so I'm waiting for them to correct this.
Firefox is very well known and has a large community. It's unfortunate that this will impact a lot of add-ons, but there's no simple way to make them multiprocess compatible, so you have to choose and for me personally responsive browser is more important. Also there are no others that seem to address the problem I mentioned. On February 1, 2018, was released with these patches. . The last big interface overhaul was Firefox 4, and Firefox 4 is closer to the new Australis than it is to Seamonkey. Im nowhere near to running out of memory.
It seems that choosing Firefox means getting the most current security patches but giving away some or maybe a lot of my privacy to Mozilla, while using Pale Moon or Waterfox means my data is not harvested at least not by the browser , but that the code is older and security patches are released more slowly and less consistently. And even when Waterfox users get all hot headed and start ranting on reddit Alex doesn't lose his head and just start screaming like a little child. Waterfox is the 64bit version of Firefox built and maintained by a separate community independent of Mozilla. Now, it's become a mega-monolith of web features. I've been utilising Waterfox for more than 24 months and i have found it more stable than Firefox which is the primary reason i switched from Firefox! Pale Moon remains the only browser project based on gradual, core-centric development of older Firefox, where the main priorities are bugfixes and security patches, and features a distant third.
If you want to keep using your old add-ons that no longer work in Firefox Quantum, we recommend instead. It was called the Mozilla Suite, and for a while, the Suite was Mozilla's flagship product. I certainly think there are better 'ways' to solve the problem I want solved I was hundreds of webpages immediately accessible when I click on them, and I want them all displayed in a list so tabs that's constantly viewable. But they are doing it for another very good reason which I suppose would be called photosynthesis I don't think they teach that in school here anymore , maybe I'm just old. Im afraid thats not even remotely true. Some browsers remind me of Microsoft Office in their slow startup times.