Atariboy, glad it helped. #10 Mikuro, May 22, 2009 Amie uix_expand uix_collapse Mac Convert for Life Joined: Jun 18, 2005 Messages: 1,420 Likes Received: 0 DeltaMac said: ↑ I'm also Make sure you are using the most up to date version (3.6.3 right now) first off. The dashboards are surely not going to win any design award but they get the job done and didn't require any effort to setup. Turn off all RSS feeds, turn off Java, disable all plug-ins, set cookies to be expunged on quit, make sure that your homepage isn't a portal that is constantly being updated, http://casualobserver.net/firefox-slow/firefox-takes-ages-to-launch.html
The first few Gigabytes are written on the outer most edge of the spinning disk, and the last Gigabytes are closest to the center. So my question is; what version(s) after 31 will we see or will it go straight to version 34. This has happened repeatedly to me over the course of several different releases of Firefox.As I've often said, Mozilla needs to institute a "feature freeze" on Firefox, and spend its time managed replied Feb 9, 2017 at 9:36 PM New motherboard Maytag3939 replied Feb 9, 2017 at 9:22 PM Guyzer's Stuff RT replied Feb 9, 2017 at 9:15 PM New Windows 10
Clearing your cookies means you'll need to log in to sites again and you might lose some shopping cart data and things like that. Thanks for the heads-up. It will remove any extra things from Firefox like your addons.
Clearing your cookies means you'll need to log in to sites again and you might lose some shopping cart data and things like that.Click to expand... FF on the other hand, with 80+ extensions, I can leave running for days, no problems. So mozilla team better try to find out what scripts make their browser freeze. Firefox Slow To Start Windows 10 Table of Contents1 Change the home page2 Change how windows and tabs are loaded3 Check your antivirus software4 Troubleshoot extensions or themes5 Optimize Windows6 Other solutions Change the home page Problems
I never encounter the problem of the already running Firefox. Firefox Slow To Load Pages 2016 I had posted another thread named "Firefox super-lag?!" in which I vented my frustration over Firefox going super-duper slow...after pasting your code in Terminal and creating a new profile...it runs smooth managed replied Feb 9, 2017 at 9:14 PM Loading... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/firefox-takes-ages-to-fully-shutdown.920116/ If you filled your mac up to the brim, it will perform slower because it has to deal with many more files.
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Loading... If doing all of the above helps, you can re-enable those features that you like one at a time until you hit on the one that causes quits to be so Firefox Takes A Long Time To Start I set up a "Needs change" entry to update the section for Windows 10 and link to a support article (possibly http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/26120-optimize-performance-windows-10-a.html if we can't find a Microsoft article). Firefox Slow To Load Web Pages Needs review.
If one considers though that a new instance of Firefox can't be launched if the old one is still shutting down, the issue becomes more serious. weblink I'd like to be able to just quit and close and off I go. There is no harm of doing this check even if permissions is not the cause of your problem.Disk verificationOn the same screen as Disk Permissions verification, you have the option to Just go to the Tools menu and select Clear Private Data. Firefox Slow To Start Fix
I'll wait awhile before approving this, in case someone else has any comments but as far as I'm concerned, it's good to go. Anyone who understands "verbal reasoning" would be pulling their hair out :)Interestingly enough, I have never had FF failed to shutdown properly when asked (i.e besides a power failure or BSOD But I do have chrome doing this ALL. navigate here And, until the stable version, Mozilla will do something better!
Magnetic hard disk drives are affected to a greater degree than solid state drives because the their disk-like nature. Firefox Takes Forever To Load Pages It will also write much slower as it will take longer to find free space on the disk. The rotation speed remains constant; therefore the read/write performance is slower for additional files.
I know it has something to do with the cookies (at least, I'm 99 percent sure), I just have to find that damn tip I read a while back that addresses Same goes for the few clients' x32 machines I installed ESR on, removing the service reportedly cured their ills, too...until Martin enlightened me to the x32 version of Pale Moon, anyway. Mactip.net | About Speed Up Firefox Startup I'm anal and like to quit everything before sleeping my laptop. #3 Amie, May 22, 2009 Mikuro uix_expand uix_collapse Crotchety UI Nitpicker Joined: Mar 21, 2005 Messages: 2,849 Likes Received:
AliceWyman 24-11-2015 01:08 PM Mark as Read Mark as New Bookmark Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report abuse 24-11-2015 01:08 PM This came up in the discussion for the Firefox I have Edited the article & Submitted for Review based on the issue that users using Session Restore complain about Slow Startup because of Restoring (loading) all of the previously opened Oops ... his comment is here Sign In Help English (US) cancel turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches
Firefox 34 is the Nightly channel, your version is Stable which means that you will get version 32 and 33 first before version 34. Thunderbird Email software for Windows, Mac and Linux Support Questions Ready to Get Involved? We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same. And yeah, I've got admin privileges - can't kill it with ANYTHING (and its not AV or anything else interfering) - it has something to do with chrome entering a "Wait:Executive"
I'm sure FF isn't doing anything when I quit the app. I don't usually quit as much as every day, but I frequently see Firefox up to 200-300MB after a while. Then I quit FF. Blog at WordPress.com.
Reply Pants August 23, 2014 at 2:42 am # *sigh* .. "that HELP make an application great" - clearly, it must be good before it can be great (?). And, yes, FF does cause memory leaks. No, create an account now. See How to set the home page for instructions.
helpmerick, May 1, 2010 #6 MarkHaigh Thread Starter Joined: Mar 21, 2010 Messages: 32 OK.