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GurjitSingh

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I have a Dell Inspiron N5050 laptop that I use for my work. Most of the time I am required to open multiple browser tabs and probably multiple browsers at the same time. Could anybody please recommend what would be the best bet for me in this situation. 

Should I buy a new assembled computer? If yes, what configuration, RAM, Processor etc.?

Should I stick with my old laptop and install Linux or some other light browser that I'm not aware of?

 

As of now, I have tried Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Maxthon, Vivaldi and Opera and feature wise, I like Chrome. But its a memory hog.

 

Any suggestions are welcomed.

Thanks a lot for taking your time.


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What's the budget?

 

FWIW, I currently have 67 tabs open in Firefox on this: http://shop.lenovo.c...avie/lavie-360/


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