Mozilla Firefox

When I attempt to watch videos on YouTube, the playback is consistently choppy. This occurs regardless of the video’s quality setting, and it happens both on Wi-Fi and ce… (funda okungaphezulu)

When I attempt to watch videos on YouTube, the playback is consistently choppy. This occurs regardless of the video’s quality setting, and it happens both on Wi-Fi and cellular data. The video frequently pauses to buffer, even though the loading bar indicates that the video has already buffered up to a certain point. Additionally, I notice a significant drop in video quality, and the screen sometimes freezes while the audio continues to play. The problem persists across different videos and channels, suggesting it is not specific to any particular content.

Asked by wadikarharshal1999 21 kwimizuzu edlulileyo

Last reply by TyDraniu 20 kwimizuzu edlulileyo

YouTube Home is completely blank does show nothing

When I open my youTube home in Firefox browser is completely blank nothind is showing I don't have this problem in other browser. I have tried in the settings to turn the… (funda okungaphezulu)

When I open my youTube home in Firefox browser is completely blank nothind is showing I don't have this problem in other browser. I have tried in the settings to turn the history on and off but nothing has changed.

Asked by Janusz Bus 3 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

Last reply by TyDraniu 2 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

easily running various profiles

I started using Chrome/Brave in order to be able to use profiles because I did not find that feature in Firefox. I really try to get away from google, so I searched exten… (funda okungaphezulu)

I started using Chrome/Brave in order to be able to use profiles because I did not find that feature in Firefox. I really try to get away from google, so I searched extensively and found out: profiles do indeed exist as a feature in Firefox. My question now is: why are there no buttons or easily accessible settings (for example in connection with sync-settings) for using profiles and why does one need to type in strange things in the address bar to access the feature and even to start another instance of firefox with another profile?

My use case is this: I have a private profile, one for my job and one for union stuff which I don't want to mix into my job profile. Yet, on my home computer I'd like to have all three profiles running simultaneously. Sometimes one or more profiled windows have been closed down and I need to open a new window with a specific profile. I understand that I need to open a tab, type "about:profiles" and then scroll through a page with large amounts of techy information on all profiles and press the last one of four buttons under that profile.

I'm quite tech-savvy and typing "about:profiles" is doable for me, but it seems absurd, given that the feature is not sci-fi and is well visually accessible in other browsers (Chrome and Brave: rightclick on profilesymbol and choose from simple list).

Asked by mak2 20 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

Last reply by TechHorse 18 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

Unable to access a financial account.

The latest Firefox update has made it impossible for me to log into https://www.discover.com/ I consistently receive the following error message: "Your account cannot cu… (funda okungaphezulu)

The latest Firefox update has made it impossible for me to log into https://www.discover.com/ I consistently receive the following error message: "Your account cannot currently be accessed. Outdated browsers can expose your computer to security risks. To get the best experience on Discover.com, you may need to update your browser to the latest version and try again. For questions, please contact us at 1-800-347-7769. We're always available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."

Pop up blocker in the address bar has been manually turned off and antivirus VPN has been manually turned off. Discover has told me the problem is with the browser not their website. I can access the account via one of the less secure browsers (edge) but am not comfortable with that company and would prefer this glitch being fixed if possible. Firefox info is version 128.0 and it automatically updated earlier this week. Thank you. Enjoy your weekend. Laurie

Asked by lnbg 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

Last reply by cor-el 13 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

I reconnect to Firefox and lost of my user data

I tried to reconnect to my firefox, and when I done it I needed to reset my password. After that all my data in the account as been lost - no passwords, and extantions is… (funda okungaphezulu)

I tried to reconnect to my firefox, and when I done it I needed to reset my password. After that all my data in the account as been lost - no passwords, and extantions is saved... Please help

Asked by Dvir Dimi 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

Last reply by Hamna hani 23 kwiiyure ezidlulileyo

Dismissing Shortcuts on New Tabs Page

I used to be able to dismiss unwanted Shortcuts on the New Tabs Page, but now the three dots that popped up the menu for that are gone. Is there still a way to get rid … (funda okungaphezulu)

I used to be able to dismiss unwanted Shortcuts on the New Tabs Page, but now the three dots that popped up the menu for that are gone. Is there still a way to get rid of them to make room for others? Also would like to have the option to choose shortcuts to place on the page.

Asked by moryock 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

Last reply by cor-el 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

Why has FF created two profiles? Can I delete one?

I'm clearing space on my hard disk. I discover FF has 2 profiles, both with default-release as part of their names. One was last modified today, and one last modified a f… (funda okungaphezulu)

I'm clearing space on my hard disk. I discover FF has 2 profiles, both with default-release as part of their names. One was last modified today, and one last modified a few months ago. I've not knowingly done anything to create a profile in that period. Why have I got two, and can I delete the older one?

Many thanks

Asked by Andrew3142 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

Last reply by TyDraniu 1 kusuku oludlulileyo

whatsapp privacy

So Mozilla supports privacy rights- and I've supported Mozilla for that reason- but they want Whatsapp to be censored for "misinformation" ? How does that go togeth… (funda okungaphezulu)

So Mozilla supports privacy rights- and I've supported Mozilla for that reason- but they want Whatsapp to be censored for "misinformation" ? How does that go together? Whatsapp was supposed to be encrypted and not even Whatsapp was supposed to know the content of messages. How would they know about misinformation? And how do they get to decide what's misinformation now?

Asked by Elke's Firefox 2 kwiinyanga ezidlulileyo

Last reply by TyDraniu 2 kwiinyanga ezidlulileyo