update-manager --no-focus-on-map ??

rikona rikona at sonic.net
Tue Jan 5 06:24:49 UTC 2016

Hello Karl,

Saturday, January 2, 2016, 9:30:27 PM, Karl wrote:

> On Sat, 2016-01-02 at 20:44 -0800, rikona wrote:
>> the speed decrease. Maybe opera doesn't juggle cpus well. Given
>> this, does that mean a newer box with more cores would not help
>> much? 

> You'd have a better chance of getting onto multiple CPUs if you had
> multiple processes.

> If it's anything like FireFox, all your Opera windows and tabs are,
> by default, created and managed by a single process. You can tell it
> to start a whole new Firefox process with the "-no-remote' option,
> though you seem to need one profile for each process.

> Check the Opera man pages; can you tell Opera to start a new
> process? 

Haven't found a definitive answer, but it seems that O12 is single
process, and 12+ either is multi process or has things to selectively
load pages as needed. Overall, FF is suggested for many-page users,
with the new opera second - lots of reports of Chrome problems with

I found a good discussion re using many tabs:


LOTS of info and opinions there...

I need to rethink browsers... I'm even considering some minor but
fairly private browsers too.



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