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How can I reduce Firefox CPU usage when waking from sleep on a Mac?

Hello, This has been a problem every since the Firefox Quantum update, but I never asked about it. My issue basically is that when I wake my iMac from sleep, Firefox deci… (read more)

Hello,

This has been a problem every since the Firefox Quantum update, but I never asked about it. My issue basically is that when I wake my iMac from sleep, Firefox decided to use 400% of my CPU (each core = 100%), and the Mac becomes unresponsive from a second to a few minutes at worst. Generally, the longer my computer is in sleep mode for, the longer it takes for the Firefox CPU usage to die down.

Is anyone else having this problem? Thanks!

Asked by AJ Ingrassia 3 months ago

Upon awakening PC, an open, minimized Firefox browser won't maximize

My computer goes into sleep mode after inactivity. When I wake up my computer, if Firefox was left open and minimized, I can't click on it for one minute to bring it back… (read more)

My computer goes into sleep mode after inactivity. When I wake up my computer, if Firefox was left open and minimized, I can't click on it for one minute to bring it back up. A dinging sound happens. All other minimized windows can be maximized without issues. This is on a brand new HP PC running Windows10.

Asked by daree76 4 weeks ago

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Latest version crashes after waking up from sleep, Win7 OS... was OK before latest update

CMP: Received error response retrieving GDPR consent from GUCE cmp.js:3:1122 NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED: Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPr… (read more)

CMP: Received error response retrieving GDPR consent from GUCE cmp.js:3:1122 NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED: Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIProgressEventSink.onStatus] network-response-listener.js:88 <unavailable> activity-stream.bundle.js:823:11 An iframe which has both allow-scripts and allow-same-origin for its sandbox attribute can remove its sandboxing. www.yahoo.com DARLA notice: 405 g-r-min.js:3:22099 DARLA notice: 405 g-r-min.js:3:22099 browser.ownerGlobal is null


I have tried: reinstalling Firefox multiple times

Works after restart.

Any suggestions to fix this?

Thx

Asked by swai 1 year ago

Last reply by WestEnd 1 year ago