> And, no.. I don't have a decent alternative for it. I like netsurf although
it screws up the layout of many websites.
Have you tried midori and qupzilla (aka falkon)? I find midori the best in
terms of "hogtionality" (resource hogging vs. functionality balance).
Qupzilla is twice as worse than Midori, and Firefox is twice worse than
Qupzilla, in terms of hogtionality.
Www compatibility (or better put, ability to cope with broken web sites) goes
in reverse direction. Firefox is the best, then comes Qupzilla (subtly worse
than FF), then Midori (again subtly worse than Qupzilla).
So, the hogtionality ladder goes like this: For a subtly better
compatibility, twice the resources are hogged. (Midori -> Qupzilla ->
Currently I have 26 tabs open in Midori, that has been running for a day or
so, and its RAM usage is 286188 K. Now I have just freshly started Firefox
(one tab, blank page) and its RAM usage is 270572 K.