Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 30th Aug 2010 22:00 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "Mozilla has announced a new alpha release of its Fennec mobile browser for Android and the Nokia N900. Fennec offers support for add-ons and has tight integration with Firefox Sync, a browser synchronization service that was formerly called Weave. The support for Firefox Sync is arguably Fennec's killer feature, especially because Mozilla is planing to include the synchronization features out-of-the-box in Firefox 4. Users will be able to have access to the their bookmarks, browsing history, and tabs across all of their computers and supported mobile devices."
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RE[3]: Video Demo on BetaNews
by vodoomoth on Wed 1st Sep 2010 07:12 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Video Demo on BetaNews"
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You didn't state the platform you are using so I can't really make assumptions about that.

True. Sorry.
I'm running Vista SP2 mainly these days on my every day use laptop and Windows XP SP3 on a second laptop that I use as a server. On both systems, the shutdown time is often very long while on Mac OS X on my previous professional laptop it took a split second.

As I only use Opera, and Firefox when pages won't work in Opera, I can't close the running instance and restart it when it reaches a high memory consumption. The problem is known and has been reported and discussed on their forums several times.

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