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When will Firefox consume less ram?

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I use Mozilla Firefox as my primary web browser, it's excellent in almost every aspect except, it consumes too much ram.

Sometimes/most it eats up to 200-300 MB and it's not acceptable, will Firefox receive an update which will stop from eating so much ram?

I've looked for the tweaking to do in "about:config" it hasn't lower it down than the normal and also "Firefox Optimizer" it tells the user that it's consuming 400kb's but it's not true, only hiding the real facts.

As a everyday user of Firefox browser, I really want my number one browser to not be slow nor eat my ram!

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== Since I started using version 3, as I can remember.

I use Mozilla Firefox as my primary web browser, it's excellent in almost every aspect except, it consumes too much ram. Sometimes/most it eats up to 200-300 MB and it's not acceptable, will Firefox receive an update which will stop from eating so much ram? I've looked for the tweaking to do in "about:config" it hasn't lower it down than the normal and also "Firefox Optimizer" it tells the user that it's consuming 400kb's but it's not true, only hiding the real facts. As a everyday user of Firefox browser, I really want my number one browser to not be slow nor eat my ram! == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == Since I started using version 3, as I can remember.

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I have noticed that that internet explorer 7, and iTunes suffer from the same problem, and each update consumes more memory!

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If you think 200-300MB is a lot, you don't have enough RAM to begin with.

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The current work examining memory usage is covered at http://blog.vlad1.com/2010/05/10/losing-my-memory/

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Ugg, many months later and it still eats up memory on my Netbook computer like nobody's business. I am seriously considering switching to Chrome after having been loyal to Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox for a very long time.

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Plugins and faulty extensions may be the real culprit. Try browsing in Safe mode or with just Flash plugin enabled and report back to us.

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Even in safe mode, Firefox 4 takes over 1500 megs of virtual memory and 800 megs shared. This is on a laptop with 2G ram, so it's almost half of actually consumed memory. I have a lot of tabs hidden behind Panorama, but those are not in active use so I'd prefer them not to be loaded at all at startup, only when I try to access them.