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I don´t like plugin container. I can see that Firefox is everyday more demanding on system resources and memory. Users wants a browser that everyday can demand less and less memory and system resources. In my opinion you are in the wrong way.

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I can see that you are going in the wrong way. Users generally apreciatte software that everyday is less and less demanding of memory and system resources, and what is happening today is exactly the opposite to that. Firefox is everyday becoming a huge demanding of memory and system resources.

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Every time Firefox opened

== I upgraded to recent versions

I can see that you are going in the wrong way. Users generally apreciatte software that everyday is less and less demanding of memory and system resources, and what is happening today is exactly the opposite to that. Firefox is everyday becoming a huge demanding of memory and system resources. == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == I upgraded to recent versions

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If you want to disable plugin-container, See this KB article: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Plugin-container_and_out-of-process_plugins

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I am the original poster, thank you for your reply. However I believe that it would be nice if it would be disabled by default... it´s not happy to get an extra job to disable some unwanted things. Besides I am realizing that it is not only about the plugin container, the browser itself is becoming a memory hog. It is not pleasant to me to see this negative evolution, because I am an old user of Firefox