what i have observed on google chrome was it was opening a new process on each tab or window. is http2 does the same thing? how about memory and processor consumption? i am concerned because it maybe affect the budget of webmasters.
Lee McK - 2012-05-04 05:45:42 - In reply to message 4 from Manuel Lemos
The difference is that 'will not' means there is not a way it could possibly ever effect other tabs. Changing it to 'should not' implies that while it shouldn't ever happen a possibility could exist that remains unknown that could cause one tab to interfere with another.
Libor Pečinka - 2012-05-09 09:30:18 - In reply to message 6 from Manuel Lemos
Well, it doesn't happen often, but time to time my Chrome browser freezes completely or sometimes two tabs with pages of same domain stops working. That's why I used "should". It was supposed to be a tiny little joke, don't worry :).