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Some websites completely break Firefox

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I've recently switched back to Firefox from Chrome. I'm currently running version 62.0.2 on MacOS (High Sierra 10.13.4). I mostly imported bookmarks from my old Chrome session, and I didn't have an Firefox Sync account so I created one.

I've been experiencing issues with certain websites such as Facebook, or Paypal. When I try to go on these websites, they won't load very quickly compared to others, and they end up breaking Firefox completely. By that I mean that other tabs seems to act as if there was no internet anymore. An example would be Spotify, who simply stops playing music as soon as I go on these websites, or Gmail that claims there's no connection to the internet. Opening new websites (that usually load without any issue) doesn't work anymore, I get a permanent "Waiting for <website.something.tld> in the lower left corner".

This was after a fresh installation of Firefox. I've also experimented these issues, with exactly the same websites, on my other computer which runs Firefox 64 (I think?), on a Windows 7 box. I've tried pretty much everything in the help section listing fixes for websites that load slowly, etc. including resetting Firefox completely, but the issue doesn't go away.

These websites still load fine in Chrome.

I would like to know if there are other steps I could follow in order to solve that problem.

Thanks!

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I don't know why your Google tab would lose connectivity. That's hard to understand even if Facebook is hogging the connection.

There is a throttling feature that can turn off media in background tabs to provide better performance to the active tab; usually people mention Twitch. If you want to try disabling that to see whether it helps with Spotify, or Gmail:

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button promising to be careful or accepting the risk.

(2) In the search box above the list, type or paste throt and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the network.http.throttle.enable preference to switch the value from true to false

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did you tried disabling graphics hardware acceleration?

Since this feature was added to Firefox it has gradually improved but there are still a few glitches.

You will need to restart Firefox for this to take effect so save all work first (e.g., mail you are composing, online documents you're editing, etc.,) and then perform these steps:

In Firefox 54 and below:

  1. Click the menu button New Fx Menu and select Options (Windows) or Preferences (Mac, Linux).
  2. Select the Advanced panel and the General tab.
  3. Uncheck Use hardware acceleration when available.
  4. Close Firefox completely and then restart Firefox to see if the problem persists.

In Firefox 55 and above:

  1. Click the menu button New Fx Menu and select Options (Windows) or Preferences (Mac, Linux).
  2. Select the General panel.
  3. Under Performance, uncheck Use recommended performance settings. Additional settings will be displayed.
    Fx55Performance-disableHWA
  4. Uncheck Use hardware acceleration when available.
  5. Close Firefox completely and then restart Firefox to see if the problem persists.

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If the problem is resolved, you should check for updates for your graphics driver by following the steps mentioned in these Knowledge base articles:

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Giải pháp được chọn

I don't know why your Google tab would lose connectivity. That's hard to understand even if Facebook is hogging the connection.

There is a throttling feature that can turn off media in background tabs to provide better performance to the active tab; usually people mention Twitch. If you want to try disabling that to see whether it helps with Spotify, or Gmail:

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button promising to be careful or accepting the risk.

(2) In the search box above the list, type or paste throt and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the network.http.throttle.enable preference to switch the value from true to false