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Firefox: Enabling Addons after "Restart with Add-ons disabled" ?

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hi I want to find out which addon causes too much CPU usage. So i want to activate each addons one after another, but not by deactivating them all individual, this was too heavy and i get lost of all actual activated addons which i want to save.

I want to find it out with the practical service "Restart with Add-ons disabled" and then enable them individual to see the effect. Is this possible?

thx

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Hmm, I haven't tried this recently. In Firefox's Safe Mode ("Restart with Add-ons disabled"), can you set extensions to disabled so that when you next start Firefox normally, they will be disabled in that mode as well?

By the way, if you have "YouTube Best Video Downloader 2" version 8.5.1 or later (version info is available when you click the "More" link), I suggest disabling that one first because it has a known problem with a script it embeds from the web. See: Web Attacker: JSCoinminer Download 8 (Symantec Description Name)