I switched to Chrome and have never looked back. I also have never had a single issue with any AdBlock plugin in Chrome. Maybe they're doing something insanely stupid. I don't know. I use Chrome where it just works so I also don't care.
Edit: This seems to be a controversial comment. I’m curious whether folks disagree with me that Chrome doesn’t work very well for many tabs, or if they think that’s irrelevant to the discussion, or what?
It's not the best way of organizing, but it actually fits my ADD/scattershot style of working pretty well.
A hobby web site I was editing where I got stuck on some css, a (long) video I want to watch, research for an audio program I'm designing, data about an electronics hobby project I want to start, 2 pull requests I need to follow up on, an appliance I need decide on and buy for my kitchen, a web forum I need to integrate into a site of mine, a couple bug reports I need to follow up on, an amazon page of a video game I heard was worth my time, etc.
So...just random stuff. Some are personal, some are professional, some are home related, some are just key nuggets of info to remind me of something I want to look into at some point.
Mind, I've reached the conclusion that tabs are also the wrong answer, though I haven't sorted out quite what the right one is. Tab Outliner for Chrome (discussed on the following link) helps, but it's still not what I'm looking for, too manual. http://redd.it/256lxu
Having said that, as a Firefox developer I'm sorry that people didn't believe you when you had problems. We're certainly aware that Firefox's performance did compare poorly to Chrome's, which is why numerous performance programs were introduced to fix this difference. MemShrink is the one I started about three years ago: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Performance/MemShrink. It has resulted in many fixes, both big and small, and it is ongoing. (Indeed, Firefox OS might not have been feasible without it.)
As some others have said, Firefox's performance is a lot better now than it was a couple of years ago. If you want to try it again and you have an old profile hanging around, I suggest that you "Reset Firefox" (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/reset-firefox-easily-fi...) to clear up any lingering problems in that profile. Or you could just create a new profile. If you do try Firefox again, I'd be interested to hear how it goes. Thanks.
But i really wanted a third choice, WebKit based Browser that is Firefox Like ( Tab OverFlow. ) Or may be i should just buy a Mac.
I switched to Chrome when it was new and everybody was telling me how slow FF was compared to that. I came back to FF because there was no relevant difference and I missed several AddOns as well as the oldschool win2k look I could give it. Today I use Chrome (adn Opera) as reference but it'll never become my main browser. The people who made me change, came back to FF, so I guess it wasn't such a big deal for them also.
Edit: I started to hate Chrome when I had to remove it from my parents PC every time I went there. I guess it's the Java Updater or something similar...