Browsers have become so central to the work we do on PCs that we have become increasingly tolerant of the demands that these applications make on PC memory. However, it seems absurd that one should need to keep closing and re-starting the browser just to prevent the memory-drain from throttling the PC. It is particularly galling when the cause is programming error.
Do you have any ideas on how the browsers excessive appetite for memory can be suppressed? It would be great to hear what you think.