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Firefox 68.0 making multiple processes in the Task Manager, can't disable them at all.

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After Firefox updated to 68.0 the other day, I have found myself being plagued by it making multiple processes in the Task Manager yet again. I have already tried the following:

1) Already tried about:config to change browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2/browser.tabs.remote.autostart from true to false. It is set, but absolutely nothing has changed.

2) I have tried going into Options>Performance and limiting the Content Process Limit to 1 instead of 4. The setting was saved, and yet it has not changed a thing.

3) Ending these processes only results in my tabs crashing, and reloading them only adds another Firefox process.

But as it turns out here: https://www.ghacks.net/2019/05/17/going-forward-multi-process-cant-be-turned-off-anymore-in-firefox/ Firefox has removed the option to turn this off entirely after updating.

My computer can't handle having more than 1 Firefox process open and I want to disable multiple processes, otherwise everything will lag horribly. Is there any way I can permanently disable the multiple processes?

After Firefox updated to 68.0 the other day, I have found myself being plagued by it making multiple processes in the Task Manager yet again. I have already tried the following: 1) Already tried about:config to change browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2/browser.tabs.remote.autostart from true to false. It is set, but absolutely nothing has changed. 2) I have tried going into Options>Performance and limiting the Content Process Limit to 1 instead of 4. The setting was saved, and yet it has not changed a thing. 3) Ending these processes only results in my tabs crashing, and reloading them only adds another Firefox process. But as it turns out here: https://www.ghacks.net/2019/05/17/going-forward-multi-process-cant-be-turned-off-anymore-in-firefox/ Firefox has removed the option to turn this off entirely after updating. My computer can't handle having more than 1 Firefox process open and I want to disable multiple processes, otherwise everything will lag horribly. Is there any way I can permanently disable the multiple processes?

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Felis-Licht said

I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that?

Hello Felis-LIcht,

How to set environment variables : http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm

You can use the set command to create a temporary environment variable.

  • open command prompt window
  • change to installation directory
  • type "set MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S=1" and press enter
  • type "firefox.exe" and press enter

How to use set command : http://www.computerhope.com/sethlp.htm

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In Firefox 68+ you can only disable multi-process by creating an environment variable named MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S and set its value to 1. You can either use a .cmd file to start Firefox or set this variable in the Windows Control Panel -> System.

In Firefox 68+ you can only disable multi-process by creating an environment variable named MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S and set its value to 1. You can either use a .cmd file to start Firefox or set this variable in the Windows Control Panel -> System. *https://techdows.com/2019/05/mozilla-firefox-68-doesnt-allow-turning-off-e10s.html
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In Firefox 68+ you can only disable multi-process by creating an environment variable named MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S and set its value to 1. You can either use a .cmd file to start Firefox or set this variable in the Windows Control Panel -> System.

I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that?

''cor-el [[#answer-1237027|said]]'' <blockquote> In Firefox 68+ you can only disable multi-process by creating an environment variable named MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S and set its value to 1. You can either use a .cmd file to start Firefox or set this variable in the Windows Control Panel -> System. *https://techdows.com/2019/05/mozilla-firefox-68-doesnt-allow-turning-off-e10s.html </blockquote> I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that?
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Felis-Licht said

I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that?

Hello Felis-LIcht,

How to set environment variables : http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm

You can use the set command to create a temporary environment variable.

  • open command prompt window
  • change to installation directory
  • type "set MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S=1" and press enter
  • type "firefox.exe" and press enter

How to use set command : http://www.computerhope.com/sethlp.htm

''Felis-Licht [[#answer-1237080|said]]'' <blockquote> I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that? </blockquote> Hello Felis-LIcht, How to set environment variables : http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm You can use the set command to create a temporary environment variable. * open command prompt window * change to installation directory * type "set MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S=1" and press enter * type "firefox.exe" and press enter How to use set command : http://www.computerhope.com/sethlp.htm
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McCoy said

Felis-Licht said
I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that?

Hello Felis-LIcht,

How to set environment variables : http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm

You can use the set command to create a temporary environment variable.

  • open command prompt window
  • change to installation directory
  • type "set MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S=1" and press enter
  • type "firefox.exe" and press enter

How to use set command : http://www.computerhope.com/sethlp.htm

Thank you!

''McCoy [[#answer-1237084|said]]'' <blockquote> ''Felis-Licht [[#answer-1237080|said]]'' <blockquote> I'm not sure how to do either of those things, is there a tutorial on how to do that? </blockquote> Hello Felis-LIcht, How to set environment variables : http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000549.htm You can use the set command to create a temporary environment variable. * open command prompt window * change to installation directory * type "set MOZ_FORCE_DISABLE_E10S=1" and press enter * type "firefox.exe" and press enter How to use set command : http://www.computerhope.com/sethlp.htm </blockquote> Thank you!
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My pleasure - have a nice weekend !

My pleasure - have a nice weekend !
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