Which browser is better suited for a netbook?

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Intel Atom 1.66 GHz, 2GB RAM, OS Xubuntu
As the sites every day nagruzhenii navigation in the browser becomes slower and slower, even in a single tab.
If you disable Javascript, it all works smoothly, scrolling is not slow, the page transitions too quickly, but, of course, the majority of sites becomes inoperable.
I tried to put Opera Mini via an emulator running fast, but not very convenient.
There are still OperaMobile10.deb, the better option, but at the moment not working, crashes when opening any page.
Perhaps there is some other options? Maybe there's some browser that supports Javascript, but to carry out only certain functions, that is, ajax, location, etc., without any embellishments, movements, sliders, etc. If such at the moment, it is possible to make?
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I Think Firefox. It's perfect and works well.
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Of the popular least of all eating a normal desktop Opera. JS it is not recommended to turn it off except when you visit only a dozen sites that don't need it. Otherwise, it is a path paved with a rake.
P. S: you can also try Midori. Functionality is severely trimmed, but enough for surfing. Yes, and XFCE with good friends.
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