Mozilla vows to obliterate Firefox memory issues

by admin November 14, 2007 at 7:49 pm

For a long time, Firefox has enjoyed a steady growth primarily at the expense of IE. One of the key reasons for switching, besides security, was sleekness – Firefox was known for running faster. If you were using Firefox in its early days, you can easily recall how it was a very lightweight browser.

As it has aged, it has certainly grown in complexity – but a core issues remains, that of memory usage. Now, one of Mozilla’s board of directors has called the issue out, saying that memory concerns, particularly memory leaks or at least memory handling, are issues that need to be addressed.

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