I don't care if it's made of gold and makes me coffee (Score: 3, Interesting) by Anonymous Coward on 2014-05-18 00:57 (#1PP) I'll still stick with Firefox, because, well, I'm a creature of habit. It doesn't feel broke, so I don't wanna fix it. Though actually, if it did make me coffee I might consider switching. Re: I don't care if it's made of gold and makes me coffee (Score: 3, Insightful) by email@example.com on 2014-05-18 14:25 (#1Q5) I don't know, that new interface is kind of breaking it for me. There's no firefox anymore: there's chrome and a chrome knockoff. I'm probably going to switch to something else. Re: I don't care if it's made of gold and makes me coffee (Score: 2, Insightful) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-05-18 20:26 (#1Q8) I'm hearing a lot of hatred over the new interface. My comments are:1. if the only 'innovating' you are doing is aping someone else's UI, you are in a bad place. Nobody won by copying the other.2. essentially the same comment, but: considering how many ways there are to improve browsers, is the widget set the only thing you could find to fix?What keeps me off Chrome is all the skeevy Google tracking. What keeps me on Chrome is this new Chromebook :( It's also a decent browser. But Google is increasingly creeping me out. Firefox should be scooping up disaffected Chrome users. But they're not, because increasingly Mozilla Foundation's browser really sucks balls. And I am so fed up with the constant plug-in is out of date stuff, or checking plug-ins on boot time, etc. Find a better architecture! And fix those memory leaks! You are the Titanic, guys! Re: I don't care if it's made of gold and makes me coffee (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-05-18 22:19 (#1Q9) The skeevy Google tracking prevented me from falling in love with the Nexus 7 (and from using any stand-alone Google products on my computer). I really wanted to love it. It's a nice piece of kit, but I felt so icky-sticky with how very much Google was getting its fingers all over me that I returned it within a week. That was my first and, so far, only Android experience (I'm still cheesed off at myself that I wasn't clever enough to set up a throw-away Google account before trying it out). We're getting an Acer C720 on Tuesday and I'm planning on immediately putting some flavor of linux on it.On the Firefox memory issue, I just read that a major contributing culprit could be my won't-live-without-it Adblock extension . The linked post explains briefly why that's the case, but also points out:Of course, it should also be noted that Firefox (and Chrome, let's not leave anyone out) can also be a pretty big memory hog on its own without any extensions.