"a web page is slowing down your browser" why?
I have noticed the the yellow message "a web page is slowing down your browser" What triggers this message in FF.
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kj2008 try "about:performance" because even though I think the problem may be re-trannsmission I see it at times that do not seem to be a throughput problem.
Mace2 - What do you mean?
If you run "about:performance" since it happens frequently for you I am hopping the stats might show a performance degradation but I am not sure.
What is about:performance?
This message is probably about the website taking a lot of CPU time, probably on the main processor thread. I don't know which tasks run on the main thread and which run asynchronously on their own thread. I would assume that about:performance (Task Manager) shows that a tab uses a lot of processor time.
This specific message is about the Process hang reporter. When the browser hangs and doesn't return control then this warning bar is displayed
I want to automatically stop a non-responsive script without having to do anything. Is this possible?
I have noticed a issue in which if you are watching a Youtube videos that a response via http to a site map2.hwcdn.net which works out to IP (220.127.116.11 causes a large amount of retries to the network causing congestion.
I do not know exactly how the map2.hwcdn.net site gets engaged but even though the network retries are massive causing intermittent play of anything in FF . But FF does not notify that a site is slowing down your browser.