Yesterday Mozilla released the latest Firefox 3 beta (Beta 4) and with that release we see improvements in the memory usage of Firefox. Firefox 2.0 has been the center of memory scrutiny pretty much since its release but that starts to see a light at the end of a dark tunnel in Firefox 3.
The people of the Firefox community have posted a couple of really nice posts that explain the memory problems and what they have done to fix them.
These posts are a great read if you are interested in seeing performance numbers and stuff like that. If you are not into that kind of thing, well then that’s okay, you’re not missing much. The only thing that really matters is the fact that Firefox 3 will help quell the memory complaints a lot of people have with Firefox.
Go Firefox team!