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Hello, Ops, you wrote: Ops> Well write a comment to the author, can adds, if it so is necessary. I generally think all browser to replace.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> I generally think all browser to replace. And I all wait, when under others TST . At lame about 5-7 years ago there were adjustments, even API for this business sawed, and then someone decided to bury this everything, since then  at them hangs, and things are right where they started. At them complexity that such plug-in with leaking API there simply cannot be made. Only freaks "Sidewise Tree Style Tabs", and one more any, are born, but they cannot be used.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> For the sake of interest installed Vivaldi 1.13 (32-bit) and opened one news site (that is one tab has been opened). Thus 4 processes vivaldi.exe which 720 MB of the RAM in the total  there are more have been launched. It now such mode, whether that? (On the computer where it is installed Vivaldi, only 4  the RAM, if that. I simultaneously working Firefox and Opera Presto in the total  have less 500 MB, thus in Firefox 3 tabs are at present opened.) welcome to the world .

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Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> Welcome to the world . I somewhere read several months ago that Google Chrome began to consume more economically storage. P.S. Found the latest news: Chrome 63 is more secure than ever - and uses even more memory

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Pale Moon it appeared better, than I expected. However, the interface appearance even more oak, than at Firefox. It seems that I can soon say goodbye to the browser which rapid development is tritely a little not in that side, since Quantum release. For example, developers Mozilla Archive Format notify that this popular extension will not work in new versions Firefox: Mozilla Archive Format, with MHT and Faithful Save:: Add-ons for SeaMonkey After October 15, 2017, the ability to save web pages as MAFF or MHT will be disabled by default in Firefox, and you will be asked to convert your saved pages to view them in the future. More details can be found on the official website. After November 14, 2017, most installations of Firefox will be updated automatically to Firefox Quantum, and it will not be possible to open or save MAFF and MHT files anymore. You can use the Save Page WE add-on to save complete web pages in a single HTML file. While this add-on may not be able to save parts of the page embedded from other websites, such as comment sections, the accuracy is generally comparable to that of the Mozilla Archive Format add-on. By the way, for Pale Moon many useful extensions known on Firefox are accessible, including NoScript, uBlock and Tree Style Tab.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Pale Moon it appeared better, than I expected. However, the interface appearance even more oak, than at Firefox. It seems that I can soon say goodbye to the browser which rapid development is tritely a little not in that side, since Quantum release. And is by the way in PaleMoon saving in mhtml?

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Pale Moon it appeared better, than I expected. However, the interface appearance even more oak, than at Firefox. It seems that I can soon say goodbye to the browser which rapid development is tritely a little not in that side, since Quantum release. I passed on WaterFox. Any changes in appearance though I both there and there used Classic Theme Restorer.

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Hello, anonymouse2, you wrote: A> And is by the way in PaleMoon saving in mhtml? For this purpose there is MozArchiver 1.0.2 extension. Saving in MHTML like would work normally, just checked up on this page: http://rsdn.org/forum/mainlist#all the file.mht 231 KB which normally opened in Opera Presto Has been created in the size. For the comparing, some files.mht, earlier saved in Firefox with usage of any "archive" extensions (at me them was two or three, therefore precisely I do not remember which), open now in Opera Presto without illustrations. P.S. Meanwhile I write this message in Firefox 45.0.2. Yes, the version a little the irrelevant. (If someone did not understand humour, it quitted in April of year before last.)

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Installed actual version Pale Moon, very pleasant browser! On sensations is more bright, than Firefox, and at discovery of 5 tabs  only 200 MB. And after all and truth the normal browser.  350 meters. Chrome was more gluttonously and more slowly on the same tabs. It is necessary to look narrowly. Only it is necessary to pick up extensions. For example, I had time to get used to Fast Dial. At Pale Moon it on the screen it is absolutely not visible. Though in a context of the menu an option to "add" is.

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Hello, Privalov, you wrote: P> And after all and truth the normal browser.  350 meters. Chrome was more gluttonously and more slowly on the same tabs. It is necessary to look narrowly. Only it is necessary to pick up extensions. For example, I had time to get used to Fast Dial. At Pale Moon it on the screen it is absolutely not visible. Though in a context of the menu an option to "add" is. For Pale Moon it is possible to use, for example, Speed Start 2.1.0 extension. It is completely not similar on FVD Speed Dial in Firefox, but though something.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> For Pale Moon it is possible to use, for example, Speed Start 2.1.0 extension. It is completely not similar on FVD Speed Dial in Firefox, but though something. And I just FVD Speed Dial delivered.

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Hello, Privalov, you wrote: P> And I just FVD Speed Dial delivered. I installed the first that got.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> I installed the first that got. Generally I too.