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Add and modify Bookmarks

Hi, Since long time ago (I don't know when it started) I can't add or modify any Bookmarks ! I have a window oppening with nothing inside. If I try to mofify an old bookm… (閱讀更多)

Hi, Since long time ago (I don't know when it started) I can't add or modify any Bookmarks ! I have a window oppening with nothing inside. If I try to mofify an old bookmark, I can change the name but not the link :-( Is there anythings to do like repar or delet a file ? Thx for any helper !

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jumpcutting 於 3 個月前 詢問

FredMcD 於 3 個月前 解答

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Switched browser cache from disk (SSD) to RAM, about:cache still displaying in disk too

Hi, Talking briefly about the size of games nowadays and SSD, i checked some stuff and saw Firefox writing 4.5 Mo/s (= MB/s). I wanted to see what that was, and saw it's … (閱讀更多)

Hi,

Talking briefly about the size of games nowadays and SSD, i checked some stuff and saw Firefox writing 4.5 Mo/s (= MB/s). I wanted to see what that was, and saw it's mainly firefox cache. From there i searched and found a few sites suggesting and showing the settings to change to switch from disk cache to RAM cache. I did so since i've enough free RAM from a little while now. Changed settings (in about:config):

  • browser.cache.disk.enable from true to false
  • browser.cache.disk_cache_ssl from true to false

browser.cache.memory.enable was already on true and browser.cache.memory.capacity on -1 (not sure it's the best setting, only displaying 32768 KiB in about:cache... Any insight appreciated).

The concern: Cf. title, about:cache is still displaying the cache is also on disk, while i don't see writings being done related to the cache on the SSD. Is it just a display error in this configuration, or is there something else? If it's an error, i guess i should report it if it's not already done on the appropriate platform after.

Also, i hope the 4.5 Mo/s was just a peak, because if it's constantly like that if you've Twitch opened for instance, that's a major issue. On a SSD like the Samsung 850 EVO 250GB with its small TBW of 75, that's slightly less than 193 full days.

Harest 於 3 個月前 詢問

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