Originally Posted by arctic_rogue
Well, you are confusing the memory usage with bandwidth. The data you send and receive over your internet connection, regardless if wireless, broadband, etc., is not the memory and has nothing (not directly anyways) to do with the memory that is listed in Task Manager. This is related to the amount of computer memory (RAM) the process is using.
Hmmm.. come to think of that, why not just download and use Google Chrome?
Are you noticing any difference in your computer's operation? Or your mobile data usage?
Would I really need to change to Google Chrome? I'd rather not if I don't have to.
Nope, don't notice any difference but wouldn't have before when I was on mobile broadband except that I had noticed how much I was using since we were on a monthly limit. Now on in-home wireless I have no idea what it's using. In terms of performance, I haven't noticed anything.