Google kept bragging that with their Chrome architecture will have less memory bloat than Firefox do.
But just how less is less? Is it half less than firefox do?
I guess even Google could not quantify less.
Shown below is what Google calls less.
Browsing all day (as I work at home), I noticed Chrome becomes slow. Slow at loading page. slow at rendering page (clicking other tab then back).
I tried closing the Chrome then relaunched again. Guess what. It did the trick, Chrome is as fast as it should be. So then I had this theory that I needed to put on test.
The next day my session started, browsing all day. Posting here and there. Playing some, reading some.
Then I get to a point where it feels all too slow again, I launched Task Manager. To my surprise, Chrome was having a hard time loading and rendering pages, whipping to 100% process time.
Then I closed Chrome then relaunched later. And look what it did. It freed almost 500MB worth of memory bloat.
Take note: I set Chrome to reload the pages I was viewing when I closed it.
Now, tell me. Just how less is less?
I smell some kind of bad marketing going on at Google.