My thought, exactly! The thread title should be changed.Google is a search engine, Safari is a browser
Flashblock for FirefoxWhen I compare the same YouTube video playing in a clean install of Safari vs. a clean install of Chrome....I see a lot more CPU usage with Chrome.
This drove me away because I watch a lot of YouTube and there is no Click2Flash option for Firefox or Chrome.
By the way, I'm not talking like an extra 10% usage. It was like 30ish% in Safari vs. 50+% in Chrome. I was surprised.
http://guides.macrumors.com/Installing_Applications_in_Mac_OS_XThanks to all for quick reply.
Now, perhaps you can help me with installing Google Chrome such a way that its icon replaces Safari icon and it stays permanently at the bottom. The way It is now, it disappears after every shut down of the computer, so I have to upload it from downloads. Thanks.