Ram is not the real problem, its resources. There is a difference, believe
me. You can have lots of free ram but the performance of the computer may be
very low, and its not CPU either. Its a combination with handles & threads.
>Firefox is typically over 200MB for me
so you are seeing the known Firefox memory leak and you are so used to vista
bloat that you think this is normal??? LOL!!!
This is a known flaw of firefox 2.0!!! (that mozilla isnt too vocal about
Try FF 3.0 beta 4 portable test edition from portableapps.com
"Chupacabra" <chupa@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> "orange" <Or@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I installed it on XP and to my terror, all the processes (4 of them!!!!)
>> together use up more than 70 of ram!!!.. lol
> Your terror? 70MB of RAM? Jesus Tapdancing Christ, 70MB is nothing these
> days. Firefox is typically over 200MB for me. 70MB out of 2,000MB is
> hardly worth worrying about. Certainly not enough to terrorize anyone!