My daily job involves reading plenty of pdf files on web browser. I am very sick of Adobe Acrobat reader (even with the latest version) because the Acrobat plug-in is crashing very often after opening and reading about a dozen of pdf files, especially when opening multiple pdf files at one time.
K-meleon (as with other web browsers except Google chrome) suffers the problem of crashing when acrobat reader plug-in goes wrong. It is a disaster, shutting down K-meleon while I have multiple tabs, in the middle of editing something on the web browser (e.g. K-Meleon)
Please re-design to isolate the buggy plug-in from K-Meleon process so that the lousy plug-in does not crash K-Meleon.
Below is an interesting note about Firefox Browser.
Firefox's future features: 3.6, 3.7, and 4.0
For 3.7, the big change will be under the covers: plug-ins such as Flash will be moved to computing processes that are separate from the main browser operation, protecting the latter from problems with the former.
"We've seen more crashing since 3.5 came out, especially in last month or so," Lilly said, pointing to problems from Web-based malware attacks and from issues with Flash. The new design also should help split Firefox up into separate tasks that can take better advantage of all the computing threads offered by multicore processors.
Thanks you very much for implementing and improving a better web browser.