Firefox Health Report - understand your browser performance
- Revision id: 38427
- Creator: Verdi
- Comment: 1st draft
- Reviewed: Yes
- Reviewed by: Verdi
- Is approved? Yes
- Is current revision? No
- Ready for localization: No
The Firefox Health Report provides you with information about your browser’s performance and stability over time. Mozilla uses this data to provide you with meaningful comparisons and tips. We also aggregate the data shared by everyone to make Firefox better for you.
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How to view your Firefox Health Report
- At the top of the Firefox window, click the button, go over to the sub-menu and select .At the top of the Firefox window, click the menu and select .On the menu bar, click the menu and select .
How to turn data sharing on or off
Data sharing is on by default but you can always turn it on or off from the top of any Firefox Health Report page. Click on thebutton on the upper right corner of the page.
You can also turn sharing on or off with these steps:
- Click the menu button and choose . .
- Select the panel.
- Select the tab.
- Check or uncheck the box next to Enable Firefox Health Report.
- Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.
When you turn sharing off, Mozilla will stop sending information about your browser to our servers. Any information that’s already on our servers will expire after 180 days.
Even if you choose not to share data with Mozilla, you will still see be able to see information about your browser when you go to the Firefox Health Report page. However, you won’t see comparison data from other browsers.
What is the Startup Time graph?
The Startup Time by Day graph shows how long it took your browser to start on any given day. The default view (Average), shows the median startup time for that day. Clicking on the “All” toggle shows all the startup times for the day. You can see up to 90 days of data on the graph.
How do I view the raw data collected?
You can view a text file of the data that Firefox Health Report collects by clicking on the Raw Data tab. This display shows the exact data that is being sent to Mozilla (if sharing is on).