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firefox crashin on youtube in windoze 11

alright guys you need to fix your browser, it crashes everytime i try to play a youtube video.. i searched tou site for fixes and NOTHING worked. you vanilla version of… (read more)

alright guys you need to fix your browser, it crashes everytime i try to play a youtube video.. i searched tou site for fixes and NOTHING worked. you vanilla version of the browser was perfect then yall had to go and do the microsux thing and screw it all up by adding this that or the kitchen sink. i have submitted numerous reports yet no resolution. if you guys dont fix your crap i will move on to another browser and recommend to all my friends n family to do the same.

Asked by madcap magician 2 weeks ago

Last reply by madcap magician 18 hours ago

Firefox doesnt work properly - update from 116.0 b8 to 128.0

Hello everyone!! I've been experiencing a rather "unusual" issue: My Firefox up until version 116.0b8 worked perfectly fine; however, after any updates to versions beyon… (read more)

Hello everyone!!

I've been experiencing a rather "unusual" issue: My Firefox up until version 116.0b8 worked perfectly fine; however, after any updates to versions beyond that, it stopped working.

I've tried the final versions and the betas, but nothing works. I attempted reinstallation and everything else, but I couldn't solve the mystery and remain stuck on version 116.0 beta 8.

What's happening? Every time I try to load a page on any version above 116.0, it either doesn't open or keeps loading in a loop. Yet, if I use another browser or revert to version 116, everything works correctly. This issue does not occurs in others machines.

Has anyone experienced something similar?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Asked by jpmagri91 2 weeks ago

Last reply by jpmagri91 6 days ago

Improve killing resource-hogging tabs

This isn't strictly related to Hulu but using it as an example: Hulu has some bug right now where it will occasionally suddenly use a lot of CPU power and completely lock… (read more)

This isn't strictly related to Hulu but using it as an example: Hulu has some bug right now where it will occasionally suddenly use a lot of CPU power and completely lock up Firefox, and to some degree my whole system. If I manage to "close" the tab, it *appears* to close, but it's very clear that whatever Hulu is doing is still going on in the background. This time I was at least able to open the task manager and kill Firefox – which immediately alleviated the problem, and upon reopening Firefox, the Hulu tab was still there (indicating it never closed).

I don't know if this is possible, especially given I don't know what's causing the bug with Hulu, but it would be nice if Firefox was better able to handle a tab getting out of control like that.

Asked by epiqu1n 1 week ago

Last reply by epiqu1n 6 days ago