I am looking for any web browsers other than Google Chrome which open each tab as a separate process. I view a lot of web pages, and always have a number of tabs open. The problem I have is the ever increasing memory usage do to having so many tabs open, and I want a browser which can release the memory used for a tab when i close that tab. The reason for this is quite simple, after opening and closing two many tabs, due to excessive memory usage a browser will become unstable. By releasing the memory when tabs are closed the high memory usage issue can be avoided. Also, because I've only got 2 gigs of RAM for running Win 7, I like to minimize RAM usage. The reason why Chrome is not an option for me is that it is just too basic for what I need. I am currently running both Avant and Orca browsers and have them configured to open every url entered in a new tab right new to the current tab. Also I have various search shortcuts I've set up, e.g. if I enter g then some search terms in the address bar it will do a Google search for the search terms, s will do a search at songfacts.com, i will search imdb.com to give a few examples. Unless I can configure a browser similarly to this, then I'll stick with Avant and put up with the high memory use. Perhaps the stability problem is not so much of an issue now that I'm using Avant mostly instead of Orca. Any suggestions will be appreciated.