firefox and thunderbird takes long time after initial boot up
I have W10 fully updated with plenty of RAM but in the last few weeks, after I boot up in the morning (I shut down every night) it takes a long time (several minutes) for either Firefox or Thunderbird to fully boot up . Firefox opens tomy home page, but does not complete for several minutes so I can go nowhere. If I am patient and wait it is fine the rest of the day..nice and fast. If I shut down and reboot again- very very slow opening of both for the initial time. I have run full virus scans, sfc/scannow, malwarebytes, cleared history and cache and cookies, turned off and on hardware excelerator. Any other suggestions? Word and Excel open quickly as usual.
Many have had issues when their computers go to sleep. Including me. I changed my settings so that my laptop does not go to sleep. Instead, I just lock the keyboard. Now I very seldom have such issues.Diese Antwort im Kontext lesen 👍 0
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During any computer startup, it starts loading all of its system and other startup programs. This creates a bottleneck. You should wait (depending on the system) 2 to 4 minutes before doing anything.
thank you for your suggestion FredMcD and waiting does help somewhat. However, this also happens after I have closed the lid for awhile (set to sleep) and when i lift the lid it seems to take forever again to go to each site. Never used to do that. I tried to reset settings back to all microsoft defualt (except making my default browser set to Firefox). Turned hardware excellerator on and off too. If I look at what programs are running via Norton AV it has several listings of Firefox. Should Firefox only show once if I only have one window/tap of Firefox open? Any other setting you can suggest I check?
Many have had issues when their computers go to sleep. Including me. I changed my settings so that my laptop does not go to sleep. Instead, I just lock the keyboard. Now I very seldom have such issues.
Just a follow up on my ongoing problem that has been solved. I had a new SSD hard drive put into the laptop and it is amazing how fast it is. 30 seconds to boot and Thunderbird/Firefox ready to use. My old hard drive passed all the tests but slowly so the new hard drive was recommended..solved it!