Oh, and I have more languages than you did
Thanks for what?
And if you're wondering I don't actually speak all of those-- I can get by somewhat in most of them. I've studied them, so if someone here happens to not speak English, I'll try to translate (at least a little).
English. And my Spanish is maybe getting close to where I'd call it fluent. I can have a conversation in about 5, depending on the day, maybe not all on the same day...
That sounds promising. But... is that considered bad behavior for a browser? Could a website or ISP or network object to that?
Is that asking for the same page multiple times (overwhelming the server with requests) or asking for different requests (eg, images, css, and HTML) at the same time?
I don't really mean what I said as a burn to Chrome users. I happen to like getting software to do exactly what I want and be able to make it better. I believe that is why most of us like web design. There are a good number of users out there including people I know that I consider acquaintances who are very intelligent, but can not understand why I can't delete google reviews or why a website looks different on different monitors. When I explain why to them all I get is a blank expression. For these people Chrome is almost a breath of fresh air.
To choose the lesser of two evils is still to choose evil. My personal site
On a related topic... which browser is most stable for having a lot of tabs/windows open? That's when Firefox really slows down for me. (Sometimes I have up to 20+ tabs open, for example.)
Is Chrome really faster in that sense too, or just requesting a new page? I don't really mind waiting the 3 seconds for a page to load.
20+ tabs!!!! ha, ha - how wide is your monitor?
I can say that Chrome is pretty nippy with 5-10 (my usual tab quota) - Firefox and IE have sometimes gone non responsive on me at that point but Chrome always seems to hold up fine.