Sadly, I have given up on FireFox. I've put up with its memory leaks which, on and off, have been a problem for years and have gotten much worse recently if I leave the b… (funda kabanzi)
Sadly, I have given up on FireFox. I've put up with its memory leaks which, on and off, have been a problem for years and have gotten much worse recently if I leave the browser open for long periods of time. I have 32 gb of memory, and it will, eventually, eat all of it up. For the most part, it has been a good browser and a good alternative. It seems that time has past. Recently, I have had to put up with add-ons that I use frequently no longer working, extreme memory leaks (granted, I have a lot of tabs open at any time), and I am getting sick and tired of your warnings that I am entering passwords in what you consider to be insecure sites. They get in my way, are irritating as hell, and I know what I am doing, thank you. The Web is slowing moving to secure certificates. It's not there yet. That's life! Your big idea of retaining full addresses has become a bull in a China shop, with a massive amount of my own addresses. I had to shut it off and now, it seems, I have no input memory at all. I have been a FireFox fan and have promoted it on my Web sites for years. Not any more. With release 66.0.5, a number of Web sites will not even fully load. FireFox has become an albatross.