"Explorer had no other choice but follow the trend,
finally Chrome took it a step further by separating and isolating
each tab in its own process. Great! Especially because Mozilla is
going to do exactly the same with its Electrolysis project as
Benjamin Smedberg explains. Not to mention all the other exciting
features like private browsing, native video and audio support,
security improvements, lots of useful add-ons and more...
"But as of a sudden, it appears that browsers want to be more
than just... browsers. They want to take over the way we compute
and interact - exclusively. In some way that's nothing new, since
Internet Explorer was essentially a part of the Windows operating
system, completely integrated and intertwined."
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