I've noticed as of late a few things with Adguard. For example when running Google Chrome (at default settings) I've noticed that Adguard tends to cause slow webpage loading a tad bit, especially on some pages with a ton of rich content and/or pages with a bunch of filtering rules enabled (Yahoo.com, TMZ.com, KY3.com, etc.) or neowin.net with it's loading the social network elements/widgets (I leave that stuff enabled) AND when you're downloading something (pages load faster when downloading and Adguard's turned off). I'm wondering if Adguard will eventually become multi-process to handle each webpage's filtering in its own process (kinda like Chrome and IE does with webpages) or some kind of other optimization to improve request handling? I'm not sure how multi-threaded Adguard currently is though so I can't fully assess that part. Also, I've noticed if you open multiple tabs at once, loading all the pages slows down a great deal as Adguard tries to load and filter each page (it seems it loads each page one at a time). When you turn Adguard off on Chrome for example, webpage loading is significantly faster. Is there anything that can be done to minimize this effect when opening multiple pages at once (tested with Google Chrome)? Multi-process request handling? I've also tried turning off some of Chrome's features like its built-in malware page blocking and it really doesn't make a difference. In relation to the above with Safari specifically, if you try to load multiple pages at once (not many, 5+) sometimes loading the pages hangs and they never complete unless you close loading tabs and allow the others to load one at a time. This might be a Safari-related issue with Adguard, not sure. Finally, there really seems to be really noticeably slow webpage loading issues when Adguard is handling two different browsers at the same time when both are loading webpages. I've tried opening 15 tabs in both Chrome and Opera at the same time and it really becomes noticeable versus just opening the same 15 tabs in one of the browsers. I'm not sure if anything could be done about that though, though that's why multi-process filtering/handling comes to mind. Thoughts? Thanks!