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Tried all of your fixes for slowness, why won't you actually fix the plug in container issue that has hurt Firefox for YEARS?

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It's really simple, why don't you actually fix the plugin container issue? Your fixes do not work for the most part, have never worked and will never work. While Chrome has some similar issues, they are not as browsing halting issues as Firefox has. You do all these updates, but you never seem to work on the single bigge4st issue that your browser has had from day one.

It's really simple, why don't you actually fix the plugin container issue? Your fixes do not work for the most part, have never worked and will never work. While Chrome has some similar issues, they are not as browsing halting issues as Firefox has. You do all these updates, but you never seem to work on the single bigge4st issue that your browser has had from day one.

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The Plugin Container is simply a wrapper for the plugins you have installed on your computer. These plugins (Like Adobe Flash) are developed by third-parties, and are outside of Mozilla's control. We place them in plugin container so that if they crash or have other issues, they don't impact the rest of Firefox.

You can try to correct this with a few different steps: