And the internet is still standing? Wasn't 900Gb/s the theoretical threshold for an internet ending event? Trying to find the article on it.
That's not really that much data. Not any longer. I mean you could have that much of a DDoS in a neighbourhood without even hitting the Internet backbone! Netflix streams far more than that continuous!
Wow. You're saying there are neighborhoods that have in excess of 900 Gb/s connections to the backbone? I suppose Google Fiber to truly allow a neighborhood, each house to have 1 Gb/s themselves would potentially need more than 900 Gb/s connection.. but damn, lol
You can get a 100Gb/s connection in Cleveland, OH of all places, so yeah.
Exactly. I had 10Gb/s links all over the place over a decade ago. They were rare and expensive, but they were there. Today, that stuff is pretty reasonable.
Been using for a long time off and on, but my experience wasn't the same. It did have bugs, I reported a couple of them. Pinning tabs was quirky, some behaviors were quirky, some pages didn't load right for online apps.
Of course it didn't have integration with LastPass for a long time so that alone prevented me from using for anything serious.
I think it's fine to have a browser that really cracks down on ads, but I consider it more of a utility browser, I just couldn't use it for regular work.