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I would like to know if I could fix the "Firefox not responding" issue by switching over to Google Chrome.

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So this "firefox not responding "issue is really becoming quite frequent. (2-3 times a week) and I am doing a refresh about twice per week. Firefox was the absolute best now, I'm not so sure. Should I switch or is there a solution on the horizon?

So this "firefox not responding "issue is really becoming quite frequent. (2-3 times a week) and I am doing a refresh about twice per week. Firefox was the absolute best now, I'm not so sure. Should I switch or is there a solution on the horizon?

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Md.Khairul Basher Sujon 2 izisombululo 6 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe
Here has a solution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2U7TRhfXzU
John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Google Chrome may or may not work, at least initially, but that is not fixing the problem it is trying to avoid it. Like jumping on a pedal bike because after a puncture you don't know how to change the wheel on car.

Here has a solution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2U7TRhfXzU 

The solution above was for a very specific problem, probably nothing to do with your own issue, and it may not have been the best solution to the problem.

You certainly should not need to do a refresh very often. Maybe you have some form of malware and a Refresh helps but does nothing to solve the underlying cause.

What are you doing when you see this problem,and do you see any error messages ?

Google Chrome may or may not work, at least initially, but that is not fixing the problem it is trying to avoid it. Like jumping on a pedal bike because after a puncture you don't know how to change the wheel on car. Here has a solution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2U7TRhfXzU The solution above was for a very specific problem, probably nothing to do with your own issue, and it may not have been the best solution to the problem. You certainly should not need to do a refresh very often. Maybe you have some form of malware and a Refresh helps but does nothing to solve the underlying cause. What are you doing when you see this problem,and do you see any error messages ? * Please look at '''[[Firefox hangs or is not responding - How to fix]]''' <br /> That is rather long as there are numerous possible causes. As you will see it helps to know when these hangs occur, and what you were doing at the time. ** [[Firefox is slow after updating to Firefox 38]] This issue should be fixed in your version Fx 35.0.5 ** [[Fix problems connecting to websites after updating Firefox]] * If it could be a malware problem scan with multiple and up-to-date tools. ** See [[Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware]]

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those suggestions don't seen to fix this issue for me

those suggestions don't seen to fix this issue for me
MISTERAMD 1 izisombululo 15 izimpendulo
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It really depends if you clear the cache of Firefox or not. Not cleaning the cache often will result that Firefox is "eating" more RAM and webpages that you haven't been are "loading" longer especially if the cache you set at Options \ Advanced \ Network \ Buffer is set at a low setting. If Firefox crashes often, than you need to found the solution within Firefox and not somewhere else in my opinion. Always check if you are using the latest version of all the addons and plugins that you are using. Firefox can crash if an addon crashes even though that shouldn't happen because addons and plugins are all within the plugincontainer.exe "program" but still if there is an not up to date addon or plugin and there is a memory leak, Firefox can still crash.

It really depends if you''' clear the cache''' of Firefox or not. '''Not cleaning the cache often''' will result that '''Firefox is "eating" more RAM''' and '''webpages that you haven't been are "loading" longer''' especially if the '''cache you set at Options \ Advanced \ Network \ Buffer is set at a low setting'''. '''If Firefox crashes''' often, than you '''need to found the solution within Firefox''' and not somewhere else in my opinion. Always check if you are using the '''latest version of all the addons and plugins''' that you are using. Firefox can crash if an addon crashes even though that shouldn't happen because addons and plugins are all within the plugincontainer.exe "program" but still if there is an not up to date addon or plugin and there is a memory leak, Firefox can still crash.
John99 971 izisombululo 13138 izimpendulo
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Please give detail bout what you are doing when you get the message.

Please try to paste the exact message into your next reply. Or attach screenshot using the Add images [Browse] button that is found under where you Post a Reply

Please explain in detail what you have tried. Did you scan with all the tools I mentioned ? and what did they report ?


P.S. If Firefox crashes see

Please give detail bout what you are doing when you get the message. Please try to paste the exact message into your next reply. Or attach screenshot using the ''Add images [Browse]'' button that is found under where you ''Post a Reply'' * See [[How do I create a screenshot of my problem?]] Please explain in detail what you have tried. Did you scan with all the tools I mentioned ? and what did they report ? ------- P.S. If Firefox crashes see * [[Firefox crashes - asking for support]] * [[Firefox crashes - Troubleshoot, prevent and get help fixing crashes]]

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