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Lord Yupa

February 2010

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Mozilla 0.9.5.

Just downloaded.

Looking pretty freakin' sweet. Been running for around an hour now, decent memory footprint, no crashes or slowdowns, or obvious bugs. I'm impressed.


Nightly builds.

I try to run nightly builds, when I can, but in the past few months I've found myself with less and less time to grab them.

Or, maybe it's just that Mozilla is getting good enough that I don't feel a driving urge to grab the latest nightly build in the hopes that it will be that little bit better. . . just enough that I feel satisfied that it's working better than it was.

Re: Nightly builds.

Yeah. . . in the past, when I considered that I wasn't downloading nightlies as often, I always just figured I didn't have time to do it.

But, the more I think about it, I really do think Mozilla is just getting good enough that it's not as necessary anymore.

It's not unusual for me to go hours without running into any problems, and I haven't seen an actual crash in a couple of weeks now.

And speed. . . from what I have seen, based purely on personal feeling, nothing renders like Mozilla. I especially notice it on complicated pages involving extensive table use, such as an LJ friends page, or slashdot. Netscape takes a good while to do it, IE/Opera are faster, but Mozilla blows them all away.