I can’t agree with that lol! I was testing clean firefox and clean chrome and the speed difference is seen with a naked eye
I’f i’m not wrong then the browsing speed at firefox is not affected by how big the history is, only the startup is affected by that and there is no denying that WebKit is better for browsing and Gecko for extending the browser with add-ons
Chrome is amazingly fast, but I can’t use, because every time when I start instead of showing my homepage - in the first focused tab - , it shows me a warning message in a new (2nd) tab (focused) that is just a dev. version, etc.etc. It’s really annoying.
Just to add my thoughts on 3.5. I upgraded to 3.5.2 from 3.0.11 but I cannot honestly say how it was because it would never load, it would get so far then exit - must have been a conflict with an extension. Went back to 3.0 until 3.5.3 came out. 3.5.3 does seem a bit faster, but as my broadband connection (in rural Germany) can only described as rubbish, it is a little hard to tell. Not sure about the ‘new tab’ button at the right of the tabs though, but that is just asthetics.