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Whenever I log into my financial institution's or my ISP's website, Firefox often freezes. My version is 69.0.3 on Windows 7 64-Bit. Would the Windows 7 be the problem? Is this version of Firefox more for benefit of Windows 10 users? My next computer will not be Windows as I did not get my money's worth out of seven. Too much maintenance required; and I don't need this problem. Thank you.

Whenever I log into my financial institution's or my ISP's website, Firefox often freezes. My version is 69.0.3 on Windows 7 64-Bit. Would the Windows 7 be the problem? Is this version of Firefox more for benefit of Windows 10 users? My next computer will not be Windows as I did not get my money's worth out of seven. Too much maintenance required; and I don't need this problem. Thank you.

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  • Πλατφόρμα χρήστη: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:69.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/69.0

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This problem gets worse even with upgrades. Maybe I should have mentioned that the ISP where I have to login to view email is Comcast. My extensions are all disabled and I only have two extensions that come with Firefox automatically. I am getting tired of having to use the Task Manager to close out of Firefox windows when they freeze. Something on Comcast displays a message across the top of the windows stating that another window is slowing things down. This seems to happen every other time. Crazy.

This problem gets worse even with upgrades. Maybe I should have mentioned that the ISP where I have to login to view email is Comcast. My extensions are all disabled and I only have two extensions that come with Firefox automatically. I am getting tired of having to use the Task Manager to close out of Firefox windows when they freeze. Something on Comcast displays a message across the top of the windows stating that another window is slowing things down. This seems to happen every other time. Crazy.
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This is still happening. When I try to view my email inbox, a yellow bar pops up along the top of the window saying, "A web page is slowing down your browser." Whether one clicks "Stop It" or "Wait," the bar never disappears. What are you running that causes this freezing on that particular site? My ISP is Comcast.

This is still happening. When I try to view my email inbox, a yellow bar pops up along the top of the window saying, "A web page is slowing down your browser." Whether one clicks "Stop It" or "Wait," the bar never disappears. What are you running that causes this freezing on that particular site? My ISP is Comcast.
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You just upgraded Firefox again; however, the browser shows no improvements. I just wasted much time logging in to view email.

You just upgraded Firefox again; however, the browser shows no improvements. I just wasted much time logging in to view email.
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Download a portable version of Firefox which last worked with your institutions website. This frequently occurs because the page/site uses poor or outdated coding practices in scripts or elsewhere, or contains potentially insecure or dangerous errors which are no longer gracefully ignored by modern browsers.

Possibly related: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1550147

Download a portable version of Firefox which last worked with your institutions website. This frequently occurs because the page/site uses poor or outdated coding practices in scripts or elsewhere, or contains potentially insecure or dangerous errors which are no longer gracefully ignored by modern browsers. Possibly related: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1550147
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