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i went on about:config & typed in network.http.max-connections to 43,200 also network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server to 43,200 & its just as fast as ever i think faster or as fast as chrome out of the box...so far no hiccups or web pages breaking. I'm using KDE Neon 64-bit Linux Distro & I would like to read what everbody has to say about it...thoughts, opinions anything would be awesome so far it has not crashed or anything.

i went on about:config & typed in network.http.max-connections to 43,200 also network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server to 43,200 & its just as fast as ever i think faster or as fast as chrome out of the box...so far no hiccups or web pages breaking. I'm using KDE Neon 64-bit Linux Distro & I would like to read what everbody has to say about it...thoughts, opinions anything would be awesome so far it has not crashed or anything.
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jscher2000
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It might be considered rude to have basically an unlimited value for max-persistent-connections-per-server but unless the server blocks you for hogging resources, I don't think it does any harm on your side.

It might be considered rude to have basically an unlimited value for max-persistent-connections-per-server but unless the server blocks you for hogging resources, I don't think it does any harm on your side.
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