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Thread: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

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    Re: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

    I just tried opening 200+ tabs in Chromium 13. No choke, no slow down, everything worked just fine. The web-pages were not heavy, but I have flash-block installed anyway as even two flash windows tend to choke.

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    Re: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by RiceMonster View Post
    I'll keep this in mind next time I want to open 150+ tabs.
    Okay.
    The above post definitely does not contain any sarcasm at all.

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    Re: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by jerenept View Post
    It's not THAT addicting. Jeez.
    Life is an extraordinarily long concatenation of luck and coincidence.

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    Re: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

    At most I have 10 tabs open. Usually just 3 or 4. Am I doing something wrong?

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    Re: Browser multi-process model good or bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by krapp View Post
    At most I have 10 tabs open. Usually just 3 or 4. Am I doing something wrong?
    I do the same. I usually close tabs as soon as I finish reading them. I keep some sites/services like Gmail and GReader as App tabs, the most frequently used sites in Speed Dial and some sites I don't access much frequently on Tab Groups.

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