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Video stuttering comes back in 2020 due to the new update

Like the topic title said, i have a video stuttering problem in youtube. This is a quite old question, but i already installed both h264ify and youtube classic + changed … (read more)

Like the topic title said, i have a video stuttering problem in youtube. This is a quite old question, but i already installed both h264ify and youtube classic + changed some settings in about:config(enabled WebRender, change the time to save tabs) . Youtube used to work perfectly fine until the recent update.

Asked by Mr.KingNothing 3 days ago

Last reply by Mr.KingNothing 3 days ago

Can't Picture in Picture Netflix anymore?

So up until firefox updated... yesterday? day before? not sure my circadian Rhythm is a total mess at the moment. but ever since that most recent update picture in pictur… (read more)

So up until firefox updated... yesterday? day before? not sure my circadian Rhythm is a total mess at the moment. but ever since that most recent update picture in picture doesn't pop up on netflix anymore?

i can still use it on YouTube and Prime Video, the only other sites i use it on really, but not Netflix?

as you can see, the icon appears fine on youtube, but on the netflix screenshot, it does not.

dead annoying since watching a show with picture in picture while grinding in a windowed game is a poor gamer's second screen.

Asked by ultacharmedfan 4 days ago

Last reply by ultacharmedfan 4 days ago

Firefox slowing down my entire system

HI, it's a problem that's been around for years, yet i never got an appropriate answer, so i'm asking here: The longer i keep Firefox running, the slower my whole system … (read more)

HI,

it's a problem that's been around for years, yet i never got an appropriate answer, so i'm asking here:

The longer i keep Firefox running, the slower my whole system gets and the slower firefox itself gets - up to a point (generally like about 10 hours or so) where everything becomes so slow, i have to manually shut down Firefox via the Task Manager. All that seems to be independent from the fact whether i actually do something in Firefox or not.

So i don't know what Firefox actually does while i'm away that kills my whole system, but i'd really like to know and i appreciate any help!!!

THX in advance

Asked by j.jansen7909 2 weeks ago

Last reply by j.jansen7909 3 days ago