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Firefox hangs on start up

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Hi there,

I am experiencing long start up times with FF version 96.0.3 (the latest), and the task manager shows ten FF loads, some are quite small but others large. I have done the obvious by clearing out the start up cache and ridiculous amount of cookies that manifest, but on previous FF versions one could limit the start up processes 1-8  but there is no way changing this with this new version. Has FF abolished this ? My notebook is a couple of years old, but what is creating the slowness ? I have also checked the Speedport and this is fine.

I deleted many endemic updaters on power up which are barely required, i.e HP printer updates which only clog.

rJ

Hi there, I am experiencing long start up times with FF version 96.0.3 (the latest), and the task manager shows ten FF loads, some are quite small but others large. I have done the obvious by clearing out the start up cache and ridiculous amount of cookies that manifest, but on previous FF versions one could limit the start up processes 1-8 but there is no way changing this with this new version. Has FF abolished this ? My notebook is a couple of years old, but what is creating the slowness ? I have also checked the Speedport and this is fine. I deleted many endemic updaters on power up which are barely required, i.e HP printer updates which only clog. rJ

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That was very good work. Well Done. Please flag your last post as Solved Problem as this can help others with similar problems. Go to that post and click the 'Solved' button to its right.

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Thanks Fred I let time prevail on this one. Problem solved..it wasn´t from FF though every corrupted bit plays a part. Cleared out start up cache. I suspect cross-update issues. With only 5Mpbs slow download speed i.e copper line, a downtime a conflict from a long windows 10 Kb update also resulted in a Windows crash BSOD. A look in the maintenance// reliability, displays a compound failure. Kernel 43 suggests a video driver problem. Solution:- Leave machine on for some while, run windows update and and let itself sort the problem out. It worked. Those of us with snail speed internet connections often end up with more operative issues. Maybe I´m wrong. Schedule the Windows updater at a time when computer is not used, is a solution.

Yours rJ

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That was very good work. Well Done. Please flag your last post as Solved Problem as this can help others with similar problems. Go to that post and click the 'Solved' button to its right.