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Why? Alienware 17R2 GTX980M. Firefox Quantum 63.0.3 (64-bit)

Why? Alienware 17R2 GTX980M. Firefox Quantum 63.0.3 (64-bit)

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It's a bug IMHO, but you can still force-enable Webrender with gfx.webrender.all = true, or MOZ_WEBRENDER=1 environment variable (I'm not sure if it works in your version though). ATM Webrender is in beta version.

It's a bug IMHO, but you can still force-enable Webrender with ''gfx.webrender.all'' = '''true''', or MOZ_WEBRENDER=1 environment variable (I'm not sure if it works in your version though). ATM Webrender is in beta version.
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TyDraniu said

It's a bug IMHO, but you can still force-enable Webrender with gfx.webrender.all = true, or MOZ_WEBRENDER=1 environment variable (I'm not sure if it works in your version though). ATM Webrender is in beta version.

There's not such setting

''TyDraniu [[#answer-1173433|said]]'' <blockquote> It's a bug IMHO, but you can still force-enable Webrender with ''gfx.webrender.all'' = '''true''', or MOZ_WEBRENDER=1 environment variable (I'm not sure if it works in your version though). ATM Webrender is in beta version. </blockquote> There's not such setting
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Webrender is currently disabled by default on laptops, because it uses more power than the default renderer: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1475355

On the about:config page, you can right-click anywhere on the list, and choose "new > boolean" to create a preference with the value mentioned above.

Webrender is currently disabled by default on laptops, because it uses more power than the default renderer: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1475355 On the about:config page, you can right-click anywhere on the list, and choose "new > boolean" to create a preference with the value mentioned above.
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user1929 said

Webrender is currently disabled by default on laptops, because it uses more power than the default renderer: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1475355 On the about:config page, you can right-click anywhere on the list, and choose "new > boolean" to create a preference with the value mentioned above.

Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware

''user1929 [[#answer-1174288|said]]'' <blockquote> Webrender is currently disabled by default on laptops, because it uses more power than the default renderer: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1475355 On the about:config page, you can right-click anywhere on the list, and choose "new > boolean" to create a preference with the value mentioned above. </blockquote> Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware
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Krusso said

Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware

You're still on the release version and you still didn't create the pref.

Go to about:support and check if GPU 1 is Nvidia GeForce. Maybe it's Intel?

''Krusso [[#answer-1178531|said]]'' <blockquote> Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware </blockquote> You're still on the release version and you still didn't create the pref. Go to ''about:support'' and check if '''GPU 1''' is Nvidia GeForce. Maybe it's Intel?

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TyDraniu said

Krusso said
Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware

You're still on the release version and you still didn't create the pref.

Go to about:support and check if GPU 1 is Nvidia GeForce. Maybe it's Intel?

No, it's Nvidia

''TyDraniu [[#answer-1178538|said]]'' <blockquote> ''Krusso [[#answer-1178531|said]]'' <blockquote> Still have same status: blocked by env: No qualified hardware </blockquote> You're still on the release version and you still didn't create the pref. Go to ''about:support'' and check if '''GPU 1''' is Nvidia GeForce. Maybe it's Intel? </blockquote> No, it's Nvidia
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No, GPU #2 is NVidia. So Firefox is using Intel GPU. You've to change it.

No, '''GPU #2''' is NVidia. So Firefox is using Intel GPU. You've to change it.
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TyDraniu said

No, GPU #2 is NVidia. So Firefox is using Intel GPU. You've to change it.

How.

''TyDraniu [[#answer-1178540|said]]'' <blockquote> No, '''GPU #2''' is NVidia. So Firefox is using Intel GPU. You've to change it. </blockquote> How.
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... in your NVidia Control Panel/

... in your NVidia Control Panel/
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Silly me, forgot such settings. Thank u. But now another culprit: blocked by env: Has battery .Laptop runs powered all the time

Silly me, forgot such settings. Thank u. But now another culprit: blocked by env: Has battery .Laptop runs powered all the time
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Tsk manager shows that Nvidia is working with Mozilla though. It seems that problem is solved. Thanx. Will see if rendering improved later

Tsk manager shows that Nvidia is working with Mozilla though. It seems that problem is solved. Thanx. Will see if rendering improved later
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But now another culprit: blocked by env: Has battery .Laptop runs powered all the time

This is known bug, fixed in v65.

<blockquote> But now another culprit: blocked by env: Has battery .Laptop runs powered all the time </blockquote> This is known bug, fixed in v65.

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