Lately every time my computer goes to sleep with firefox running, when I wake it up either by pressing a button on the keyboard, or pressing the start button, the compute…
Lately every time my computer goes to sleep with firefox running, when I wake it up either by pressing a button on the keyboard, or pressing the start button, the computer is very slow, mouse is very unresponsive, loading circle is continuously visible etc. After a couple of minutes of this (before which I can't do anything as computer doesn't respond), firefox pops up the unresponsive script error (script is for a seemingly random webpage each time). Regardless of which option I choose on this popup, I still need to open task manager in order to close firefox and then restart it. I've tried upping the amount of time it waits for a script in config, but this hasn't assisted with the issue.
It's extremely frustrating as it's up to 5 minutes before I can actually use my computer upon it waking. I saw this same question from 2 years ago, but there don't seem to be any solutions that I can find.
Any suggestions, on how to fix this? Or do I just need to move to a different browser? I don't want to have to shut down my browser every time I stand up in case my computer goes to sleep before I'm back.