In our recent coverage of the Firefox 3 beta releases (1, 2, 3, 4), we have noted performance improvements and a significant reduction in memory consumption relative to Firefox 2. The enormous amount of effort that developers invested in boosting resource efficiency for Firefox 3 has paid off, and the results are very apparent during day-to-day use.
Typical, can’t find it when I want to.
But I have seen an article that, in effect says virtually the opposite.
Concluding the FF3 is still a problem when it comes to memory.
If I come across it (& remember to), I post a link.