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durestudios: How to kill plug-in container. It's locking up my system. I've seen as much as 122,000 resourses taken by plug-in container.

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Until you all get this fixed, how do I roll back to a previous version of firefox? Or uninstall Plug-in container?

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I watched processes under task manager and plug-in container kept growing and growing. It at one time was 122,000k while I was playing a flash game. It never seem to release any memory back to the system. It freezes the flash app.

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Disable the new plugin crash protection (Out of Process Plugins or OOPP) feature in Firefox 3.6.4 (and later versions) by going to about:config (check the link for details) and then toggle the individual dom.ipc.plugins.enabled. preferences to false. -type about:config in the URL/address/location bar and press the Enter key -if you see a warning, accept it (promise to be careful) -Filter = dom.ipc -on any set to true, double-click to set to false -restart Firefox

dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npctrl.dll (Microsoft Silverlight) dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npqtplugin.dll (Apple QuickTime) dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npswf32.dll (Adobe Flash)

Note: The dom.ipc.plugins.enabled preference should already be set to "false", by default. This preference covers all other plugins not specified by an individual filename.

If you are only having a problem with a specific plugin, such as the Adobe Flash Player plugin, just disable that one preference.


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If you want to disable plugin-container, See this KB article:

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This shit is textVIRUS??!! My firefox browser crashing every 15 minute! How UNINSTALL this shit! :@