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"A web page is slowing down your browser"
Hi. I'm beginning to constantly get the message "A web page is slowing down your browser". Comes up when I'm browsing Ebay, Facebook and just one tab open.
I have a fairly old laptop, Acer 5315, made I think for Windows7. I have just 2Gb of Ram installed. I'm running FireFox version 58.02.
Windows10 was making my PC unusuable, so I went and installed Windows7, so I now have a dual boot system. The change to Windows7 has made a big difference. Indeed, last week when I made the change to Windows7, browsing was just fine. But now browsing is "sticky". As far as I know, I should be having a problem free browsing expereince, even with my fairly old laptop. Things were OK last week.
All my Fiorefox profiles are on a dedicated partition. I have several User Accounts on my PC. They are not people, my User Accounts have names like Hobbies, DIY, Legal etc. Now, I use the same Firefox profiles acrss the PC Accounts. So, when I'm in User Account named say "Hobbies", my Firefox Profile called Shopping reads the files (profile files) in a folder called FIREFOXPROFILE-SHOPPING. If I'm in User Account called "Legal", again my Firefox profile for Shopping is set to read the files in the folder FIREFOXPROFILE-SHOPPING. That's my setup.
I've been using a profile manager where you add "-profilemanager" to the end of the command string, which you see when you look at properties in the program shortcut.. But, this morning I went and downloaded the Advanced Profile Manager app.
What I see is, that one of the names (i.e. profile names) in fact Shopping, is marked "Default". All of the profiles I have are marked "Locked". Now, when I try to do anything (like backup or open a profile), I get this message: "Profile X appears to be in use, performing this operation may produce a corrupted profile or have other harmful effects. Continue?" NB: X is whatever profile I have selected, i.e, default, Shopping etc).
.I'm hoping that I can manage to trace why I'm getting the message "A web page is slowing down your browser". Thanks. Rich
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hi, can you capture a performance profile once that happens and share it here? https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Performance/Reporting_a_Performance_Problem
Just some other stuff: I don't have any add ons enabled. CPU usage is quite low now that I'm running Windows7. So, I'm at a loss as to why my browser is slowed by a page. I did just recently have IBM Trusteer program installed on my PC, and last week I did click to add an ad on associated with IBM Trusteer. But, other day I uninstalled this Trusteer program, so it does not now show up as an add on in FireFox. I wondered you see if Trusteer was some cause. But, must not have been, because it's not installed now.
”Webpage is slowing down your browser” This is the new way the browser tells you there is a problem with the script program(s). https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/warning-unresponsive-script?cache=no