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how to add network .keep alive back to firefox... it's missing and my browser is too slow. i need your help i can't work like this

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keep alive missing from about:config settings can it be added back? tell me how and i will

keep alive missing from about:config settings can it be added back? tell me how and i will
cor-el
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No, you can't add this missing pref back.
Support to disable keep-alive has been removed and keep-alive is always enabled.

See "A Preference to disable HTTP Keep-Alive has been removed":

No, you can't add this missing pref back.<br /> Support to disable keep-alive has been removed and keep-alive is always enabled. See "A Preference to disable HTTP Keep-Alive has been removed": *https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Site_Compatibility_for_Firefox_17 *Bug 770331 – Remove HTTP Keep-Alive disable pref

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since this preference has been removed is there anyway to make fire fox faster >? although this basically states that it is always enabled is there anyway to make firefox faster without touching the keep alive function.

since this preference has been removed is there anyway to make fire fox faster >? although this basically states that it is always enabled is there anyway to make firefox faster without touching the keep alive function.

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Thank you ... for answering and being helpful

Thank you ... for answering and being helpful
diana877 0 solutions 1 answers

I can't get into rooms in pogo using firefox need your help 19.0 is not working right how can I get back to fire fox 18? Diana

I can't get into rooms in pogo using firefox need your help 19.0 is not working right how can I get back to fire fox 18? Diana
HeatMiser 0 solutions 1 answers

@ Beyondsight: I assume you're referring to the wikihow pipelining tutorial. Since keep-alive's now on by default, there's no need to turn it on. Just skip that first step and do the rest, and you should get the specified results; I did.

@ Beyondsight: I assume you're referring to the wikihow pipelining tutorial. Since keep-alive's now on by default, there's no need to turn it on. Just skip that first step and do the rest, and you should get the specified results; I did.

Modified by HeatMiser