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Firefox not MultiThreaded

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I expect that each page / tab in firefox is placed in its own thread.

However, I experience that when one page gets stuck .. javascript is caught in a wait loop .. that this affects other pages.

Is there something in FireFox that I can change to insure that each page is in it's own thread, and doesn't affect another page's performance?

I expect that each page / tab in firefox is placed in its own thread. However, I experience that when one page gets stuck .. javascript is caught in a wait loop .. that this affects other pages. Is there something in FireFox that I can change to insure that each page is in it's own thread, and doesn't affect another page's performance?

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Hello,

Firefox is multithreaded; however, it does not do the same thing as Blink based browsers (Ie. make a process for every tab).

Please go to about:preferences#general and find the Performance section. Here you can disable the automatic settings and directly change the process limit.

If a specific website does this and is public, please send the link so that we can test it.

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Strange that FireFox is not being updated when I execute .. dnf Update .. but, when I specifically executed .. dnf update FireFox .. wa la .. 94.0.x came down.

I'll check through my history for sites that caused problems and see if I can list them here.

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Please note, dnf update is depreciated. You should use dnf upgrade or dnf up instead

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It is possible that your Linux distribution has reached EOL and no longer receives updates You can try Firefox from the official Mozilla server if you currently use a version from the repositories of your Linux distribution to see if it behaves differently.