Browser speed inside slow computer


I was having a Old 8 year old PC with Configuration of Intel Pentium 4 processor, 256MB RAM, 40GB HDD running Windows XP.

I currently got my PC upgraded to Intel Core i3, 2GB RAM, 500GB HDD running Windows 7. But for more than 5 years I was having a faster internet connection. I did upgrading PC last December 2012. I didn’t update it in my blog.

And, I specifically need to tell the world one thing which I noted in web browsers with regard to slow computers (Take my Old computer configuration as example).

 I perfectly felt “Mozilla Firefox” far better browser than “Google Chrome”.

When you open Google Chrome working with multiple tabs, you can notice multiple threads of tasks running in Task manager, whereas with regard to “Mozilla Firefox” It has been designed to run tasks with one thread of process to be shown in task manager. So, basically Chrome tries to occupy more memory and when it does it fumbles a lot, I had a many personal experience guys. Firefox does the job of occupying smoothly and of course I am damn sure guys even you can notice, despite Chrome is best for working fast, It is not designed for slow computers. “The world will never run behind slow computers or slow processing devices, but I am just telling the fact about the test result truth“, it’s just a thing which Firefox is better than Chrome for 256MB RAM”.

The minimum working RAM configuration for both Firefox and Chrome is 256MB. When I considered testing I landed in this particular performance results. I found Firefox better than Chrome.

Firefox is the Winner

Firefox is the Winner

One again I like to quote my favourite line here:

“The world will never run behind slow computers or slow processing devices, but I am just telling the fact about the test result truth“

About Free Online Storages


Google Drive was really useful. I was able to save many old files which I was thinking to take a backup. I was having about 700MB of data from old CD which consists of some free arcade games, joke applications and some little boy stuffs which I using in 2005 at my young age of non-internet guy. Now I saved it in the drive for precious memories of past.

SkyDrive of Microsoft offers 7GB online storage for hotmail users. This is a fair aspect for more space. Hotmail users are blessed with this particular aspect. I am not a hotmail user. I will quote the hotmail users with describing SkyDrive as “Newborn baby born with a silver ring” for that 7GB storage.

UbuntuOne is another online storage service provided by Ubuntu. I am a fan of Ubuntu operating system. I created an account in UbuntuOne a month and some days. What I landed was with some disadvantages. Firstly no multiple files can be uploaded in drag and drop, Probably since I didn’t used the software of UbuntuOne that was a reason I found out. For one particular reason, I was unfortunately disliking UbuntuOne(I am really sad to say this, Since I am a fan of Ubuntu OS) for one reason specifically.

I was unable to delete my user account in that. Let me explain about that, Take Gmail, Facebook or whatever as example, when we search the instruction of how to delete the Gmail account or Facebook account in a particular search engine. The first link which is found in the search engines results provides the desired solution for us. Take this particular thing for UbuntuOne. The things which I found in web were there was no easy way to delete the user account of UbuntuOne, we need to play hide and seek to find. And I found no best answer in web to do this successfully. A person in web can delete his or her account even for a security reason, these are also certain customer satisfaction which need to be.

Telling the negative critics is the necessity of a fan for anything for the improvement and fulfillment of the active relationship of bonding. I am a fan of Ubuntu OS, I was mesmerized with the User interface and that invited me for trying out or figuring out what’s peculiar here . But I landed in this “state of life with this”. I just shared this information to you readers. 🙂