Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As soon developers were getting closer to "open new tab in the background" idea saving memory, allowing quicker graphic load etc (several advantagees) someone thought for the first time probably that if opening a new application in the "background" of an already exisiting one will speed up the whole system performance (input/output oriented ... pipelining bandwith, loading heavy graphic contents faster) then why not having every browsing activity opening in the background the publicly known today "page info" from where the "dependencies view" intentionally substracted ... missing. Instead we experienced a huge invasion of pop ups in the web history including their dark side users.
Now i feel "enlightened". Thank you!
Best graphic and bandwith speed up process at the smallest price.