We use Firefox fairly extensively in our VDI environment and has become our organization's standard web browser. In a non-persistent VDI environment, on occasion we have …
We use Firefox fairly extensively in our VDI environment and has become our organization's standard web browser. In a non-persistent VDI environment, on occasion we have users that experience the dreaded "Couldn't load XPCOM" popup error message. In my research this usually is attributed to a faulty/corrupt update. We are a VMware View shop using instant clones with what's called a "Writable Volume" which is, in essence, a file system filter that allows certain user data to be written to persistent storage and the rest is written to the non-persistent VM. Upon logout the persistent disk is detached and the non-persistent VM is removed/rebuilt.
We are using the ESR branch of Firefox with policies configured to disable automatic updating, so I'm not sure where Firefox is breaking. Is there anything I can do to assist? On top of this, it's more difficult to reproduce since I'm unable to causing it to error out myself.
As of this morning, I cannot get Firefox to work. I am using Windows 7. I click to start firefox and it looks like the program starts. It opens a Window with the minim…
As of this morning, I cannot get Firefox to work. I am using Windows 7. I click to start firefox and it looks like the program starts. It opens a Window with the minimize, maximize, and close buttons but the window contents are blank and the load icon appears. I can minimize and maximize the window but I cannot end the program. If I use CTRL-ALT-DEL, I can see that firefox.exe is running but I cannot end the task by selecting End Process. If I try to start another instance of Firefox, I get a warning box saying "Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window."
Nothing I try will end the process.
I uninstalled and re-installed Firefox but the problem persists. I tried doing a fresh install with all previous add-ons and whatnot ignored but it still won't run. I've tried running it with the anti-virus disabled as well as with Windows in Safe Mode but it won't work.
Firefox "updated in background" forces restart that leaves new instance bricked, must reboot. ubuntu 16.04, firefox 68.0.1
ubuntu 16.04, firefox 68.0.1. New instance started after "updated in background" restart just sits there. Add-ons are not started, tabs are not restored as promised. T…
ubuntu 16.04, firefox 68.0.1. New instance started after "updated in background" restart just sits there. Add-ons are not started, tabs are not restored as promised. Typing in URL bar and hitting enter does nothing. No response to attempt to open a bookmark. Typing "about:support", no response. I tried removing and re-installing firefox with "sudo apt", no help. Starting firefox without addons, no help. The "about:firefox" display shows no change in version number. A reboot is the only thing that cures this. It has now happened 8 times (8/2, 8/5, 8/9. 8/16 and 4 times earlier). I have about-buildconfig, about-firefox and about-support from 8/2 and 8/5 if they would be helpful.
Hola que tal, hace 2 meses me mude de chrome a firefox en mis 3 computadoras, linux, mac, (windows 10) y iphone X En windows 10 1903 es donde apenas e instalado firefox,…
Hola que tal, hace 2 meses me mude de chrome a firefox en mis 3 computadoras, linux, mac, (windows 10) y iphone X
En windows 10 1903 es donde apenas e instalado firefox, pero me esta dando problemas. cada ves que entro a una pagina segura a iniciar sesion me aparece el siguiente error de pestaña.
( Uy. Tu pestaña ha fallado. ¡Podemos ayudarte!
Selecciona Restaurar esta pestaña para recargar la página. )
En about:crashes no me aparece ningún error.
Al reiniciar en modo seguro funciona muy bien, nada de errores. al volver a modo normal desactivo las 4 extensiones que uso, y desactivo acelarcion por hardware pero el problema siempre sigue.
Ayuda por favor, no quiero empezar a mudarme de nuevo Gracias!!
I made a fresh install of Firefox 68.0.2 on my ASUS K55VD Notebook, but it crashes without error messages even in safe mode from the first run. I have an identical machin…
I made a fresh install of Firefox 68.0.2 on my ASUS K55VD Notebook, but it crashes without error messages even in safe mode from the first run. I have an identical machine with identical version of Win 10 in which the same version of Firefox runs perfectly. I cannot figure what is the difference between the two notebooks. Graphic cards and driver versions are also the same, as far as I can check. Here follows content of the "report.wer" file I found in "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\AppCrash_firefox.exe_bb3e6960f0b5268223c1435cf363fbc6e3728b_f5caf6bd_7b14895d-b5c5-4b7b-b130-2893955908a4", which is the only readable crash report I could find in my hard drive containing the string "firefox".
Hope someone can help me...
Version=1 EventType=APPCRASH EventTime=132105211174298191 ReportType=2 Consent=1 UploadTime=132105211175427474 ReportStatus=268435456 ReportIdentifier=7b14895d-b5c5-4b7b-b130-2893955908a4 IntegratorReportIdentifier=38c11983-5afa-4550-ba0d-99a6ac9d4ac1 Wow64Host=34404 NsAppName=firefox.exe OriginalFilename=firefox.exe AppSessionGuid=000002d0-0001-0007-2a88-ce58fd54d501 TargetAppId=W:0006f7a39a0a2601f42e890082ff2ee89f7700000000!0000457e7ef5e92ec16de9ee1303b2894e11758b1c2e!firefox.exe TargetAppVer=2019//08//13:16:31:09!9be5d!firefox.exe BootId=4294967295 ServiceSplit=3110587600 TargetAsId=351 IsFatal=1 EtwNonCollectReason=1 Response.BucketId=16d5dd4ed97bd99b041b6241ec6c7b35 Response.BucketTable=4 Response.LegacyBucketId=1448859740408675125 Response.type=4 Sig.Name=Nome applicazione Sig.Value=firefox.exe Sig.Name=Versione applicazione Sig.Value=184.108.40.20664 Sig.Name=Timestamp applicazione Sig.Value=5d52e5cd Sig.Name=Nome modulo con errori Sig.Value=StackHash_5d84 Sig.Name=Versione modulo con errori Sig.Value=0.0.0.0 Sig.Name=Timestamp modulo con errori Sig.Value=00000000 Sig.Name=Codice eccezione Sig.Value=c0000005 Sig.Name=Offset eccezione Sig.Value=PCH_C1_FROM_unknown+0x0000000000000000 DynamicSig.Name=Versione SO DynamicSig.Value=10.0.183220.127.116.11.768.101 DynamicSig.Name=ID impostazioni locali DynamicSig.Value=1040 DynamicSig.Name=Informazioni aggiuntive 1 DynamicSig.Value=5d84 DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 2 DynamicSig.Value=5d8450413f8189b6074fa7e60cb0de8a DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 3 DynamicSig.Value=6db1 DynamicSig.Name=Ulteriori informazioni 4 DynamicSig.Value=6db1f0219d24a6d5c4cb93f198273caa UI=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe LoadedModule=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\KERNEL32.DLL LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\KERNELBASE.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\ADVAPI32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\msvcrt.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\sechost.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\RPCRT4.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll LoadedModule=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\mozglue.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\MSVCP140.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\VCRUNTIME140.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\dbghelp.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\VERSION.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CRYPTBASE.DLL LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\bcryptPrimitives.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\user32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\win32u.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\GDI32.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\gdi32full.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\msvcp_win.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\System32\IMM32.DLL LoadedModule=C:\Windows\system32\guard64.dll LoadedModule=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\fltlib.dll State.Key=Transport.DoneStage1 State.Value=1 OsInfo.Key=vermaj OsInfo.Value=10 OsInfo.Key=vermin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=verbld OsInfo.Value=18362 OsInfo.Key=ubr OsInfo.Value=295 OsInfo.Key=versp OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=arch OsInfo.Value=9 OsInfo.Key=lcid OsInfo.Value=1040 OsInfo.Key=geoid OsInfo.Value=118 OsInfo.Key=sku OsInfo.Value=101 OsInfo.Key=domain OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=prodsuite OsInfo.Value=768 OsInfo.Key=ntprodtype OsInfo.Value=1 OsInfo.Key=platid OsInfo.Value=10 OsInfo.Key=sr OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=tmsi OsInfo.Value=4181 OsInfo.Key=osinsty OsInfo.Value=3 OsInfo.Key=iever OsInfo.Value=11.295.18362.0-11.0.140 OsInfo.Key=portos OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=ram OsInfo.Value=3981 OsInfo.Key=svolsz OsInfo.Value=140 OsInfo.Key=wimbt OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=blddt OsInfo.Value=190318 OsInfo.Key=bldtm OsInfo.Value=1202 OsInfo.Key=bldbrch OsInfo.Value=19h1_release OsInfo.Key=bldchk OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpvermaj OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpvermin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpbuildmaj OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=wpbuildmin OsInfo.Value=0 OsInfo.Key=osver OsInfo.Value=10.0.18362.295.amd64fre.19h1_release.190318-1202 OsInfo.Key=buildflightid OsInfo.Value=54F644E9-73BD-4700-B3AF-3620273620BA.1 OsInfo.Key=edition OsInfo.Value=Core OsInfo.Key=ring OsInfo.Value=Retail OsInfo.Key=expid OsInfo.Value=RS:3EC5 OsInfo.Key=containerid OsInfo.Key=containertype OsInfo.Key=edu OsInfo.Value=0 FriendlyEventName=Ha smesso di funzionare ConsentKey=APPCRASH AppName=Firefox AppPath=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe NsPartner=windows NsGroup=windows8 ApplicationIdentity=719B750FCF8487AA509DEE895374D6D9 MetadataHash=-1516165977
So, for the past couple of weeks, after every 3-4 days, I go to open Firefox, and all my add-ons and settings keep getting reset. It's a weird thing. I have my add-ons, m…
So, for the past couple of weeks, after every 3-4 days, I go to open Firefox, and all my add-ons and settings keep getting reset.
It's a weird thing. I have my add-ons, my customized settings, and everything is working fine. But after a couple of days, I open up firefox and it's like I'm starting from 0.
I mean, my history, bookmarks, passwords, all remain intact.
But everything else is gone. All my extensions open up a tab saying "now installed!" or something along those lines - plus a tab from Mozilla, today about the privacy notice.
My homepage, search and download settings are back to the defaults.
I have tried to refresh my browser, reinstalled my extensions, but still the same issue.
Hi, I'm just working on a new website, and I noticed something odd that happens only when I open the site via Firefox. On browsers like Safari and Chrome the rgb hex colo…
Hi, I'm just working on a new website, and I noticed something odd that happens only when I open the site via Firefox. On browsers like Safari and Chrome the rgb hex colour looks identical as in Adobe Photoshop or Apple Pages, where I created content, but Firefox seems to oversaturate the fonts quite nasty for some reason.
I attachted you a screenshot where it should be very visible. If this is a bug, is it possible to get this fixed soon? I don't really want to put a warning on my website for Firefox users if possible.
certain websites are slowing down and get stuck at TLS handshake fonts.googleapis. i refreshed cleared cookies and data and still hangs on that handshake.
Youtube and other sites load very slow. Hangs on TLS Handshake fonts.googleapis. cant login in to google account. I get the message, "something went wrong". Tried all …
Youtube and other sites load very slow. Hangs on TLS Handshake fonts.googleapis. cant login in to google account. I get the message, "something went wrong". Tried all of the things suggested in the troubleshooting section to no avail. I don't have this problem with chrome or edge. I HATE both of those browsers and hope that this is a temporary issue with Firefox. Running win10 x64 with latest Firefox update. Is there anything that can fix this?
Windows 10, Firefox 66.0.1 crashes and does not shut down when closed, with these 2 error messages: 1) Mozilla Crash Reporter (all boxes are checked) When browser is reop…
Windows 10, Firefox 66.0.1 crashes and does not shut down when closed, with these 2 error messages: 1) Mozilla Crash Reporter (all boxes are checked)
When browser is reopened another error message appears: 2) Close Firefox: Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window.
This appears even after a long delay before restarting Firefox. I have gone through the suggested list of fixes, with no effect.
Crash reports THIS YEAR, older ones date to Feb 2018 : There has been ZERO contact from Mozilla about these reports. bp-a7bc6424-38eb-4584-989e-7d1f80190324 3/24/2019, 12:48 PM View bp-3d058cea-c9e6-475e-bcf3-181390190324 3/24/2019, 12:34 PM View bp-ea5e178b-b5ac-4dcd-9f54-482180190324 3/24/2019, 12:04 PM View bp-df4ec509-cd35-4781-892a-956260190324 3/24/2019, 11:20 AM View bp-68f73f30-afcc-4a4d-905d-d04ae0190324 3/24/2019, 11:08 AM View bp-f2c2eb46-48c5-4c19-b8e1-c8b290190321 3/20/2019, 9:01 PM View bp-ceeb9796-5c8e-49c2-b3d5-842710190317 3/17/2019, 2:21 PM View bp-0229454e-ff31-4c2e-b8b5-ff61e0190317 3/17/2019, 12:53 PM View bp-3c0749fc-5ae3-4270-8caa-f4cc50190316 3/16/2019, 1:27 PM View bp-e6bae4ff-162f-43b4-8c95-add040190316 3/16/2019, 1:15 PM View bp-1af67eef-dd20-41c2-a9ab-20dc30190316 3/16/2019, 10:37 AM View bp-cac7dcac-6905-4047-8168-903df0190316 3/16/2019, 10:21 AM View bp-7ef55f1a-c112-4274-bd5c-e583b0190315 3/14/2019, 9:32 PM View bp-b001c84b-0af8-40b7-9f03-aef040190314 3/14/2019, 6:19 PM View bp-f4ff9526-b972-42a0-8ed5-056780190314 3/14/2019, 7:36 AM View bp-d4ba761f-2b95-4d4e-8d34-ff6fb0190312 3/12/2019, 6:24 AM View bp-e49763df-0553-4add-8663-d6fcd0190311 3/11/2019, 5:20 PM View bp-9fd42285-e5b7-4e4d-840b-527350190311 3/11/2019, 4:56 PM View bp-8573242f-583e-44a9-be8d-abfa90190303 3/2/2019, 7:06 PM View bp-21beab5b-544f-4dea-842f-f26260190301 2/28/2019, 10:38 PM View bp-182b3e0c-04d4-40f5-94ca-1f5a90190301 2/28/2019, 10:08 PM View bp-72db14ff-0ff5-48b8-bb01-e803e0190227 2/26/2019, 7:58 PM View bp-5d905533-7f25-4041-bb20-3602a0190225 2/25/2019, 8:11 AM View bp-b2a6161b-df17-4c92-bd8a-1df390190225 2/25/2019, 8:10 AM View bp-0ac7a875-0eae-4cad-9705-951390190224 2/24/2019, 11:21 AM View bp-ee153af5-da1c-4685-93c4-ab2fa0190223 2/23/2019, 5:55 PM View bp-bd6abde9-a9dd-4364-853c-293390190223 2/23/2019, 5:47 PM View bp-50b03a98-f076-4658-9b56-9326d0190223 2/23/2019, 2:09 PM View bp-b6de254f-259a-4e0e-a64a-24f400190221 2/20/2019, 9:52 PM View bp-1bc0c1a9-4925-4fdf-82e1-2c8fa0190219 2/18/2019, 7:13 PM View bp-6289dca9-bde1-455f-96e9-c84270190217 2/17/2019, 5:29 PM View bp-d3654e50-580b-4455-8faa-9426f0190217 2/17/2019, 4:00 PM View bp-13fa38b6-5ea2-46d5-bd6d-99a880190217 2/17/2019, 3:42 PM View bp-7e975766-9366-43b4-88f0-755ea0190217 2/17/2019, 3:32 PM View bp-10366729-cfa4-4d68-8217-5474f0190217 2/17/2019, 3:27 PM View bp-a44507a2-db63-4571-9800-897c00190217 2/17/2019, 3:23 PM View bp-8e0d3faa-aae2-432b-aca6-afb8b0190217 2/16/2019, 8:31 PM View bp-5605cad2-4bf3-4a75-87fb-fe99f0190216 2/16/2019, 10:48 AM View bp-93d9cb58-669d-4a98-b9f1-ffec50190216 2/15/2019, 10:26 PM View bp-9f763578-dad2-4440-9fc5-2cc3c0190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-ede2137c-6802-416b-9d73-aa5530190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-f0a095e6-4f1c-455d-a15d-31e480190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-9c772a93-0e7c-4e2e-b4f7-e18d30190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-612f308e-4b69-4d4f-b898-d402a0190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-953e7d65-7058-4146-9914-d2ea10190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-fce3816d-8c0d-4f95-81d1-e1b790190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-65ca84ba-c216-4826-a59d-a1dcc0190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-cab01958-987e-4c50-9734-bd2fe0190216 2/15/2019, 10:15 PM View bp-19cbf0f3-37f4-4010-9e4d-c65490190216 2/15/2019, 10:13 PM View bp-b34453c8-f9fa-4616-ae6f-228be0190209 2/9/2019, 3:45 PM View bp-4f30ece9-de33-4de2-8117-cc7be0190207 2/7/2019, 12:28 AM
File upload causes Firefox to be unresponsive and must close browser to continue. Tried all the fixes. Other browsers fine. Several computers.
Please if you have any suggestions, I'll try them. I thought a new clean computer might solve the problem, but no luck there either.
Hello everyone, I've recently had to recover my home directory on a machine running Ubuntu 18.04 from a backup... Everything works fine BUT Firefox which keeps crashing r…
Hello everyone, I've recently had to recover my home directory on a machine running Ubuntu 18.04 from a backup... Everything works fine BUT Firefox which keeps crashing right at startup. Nothing happens until the report window opens up.
What I've tried so far:
trying to run it from terminal, trying to run it from terminal in safe-mode, purging and reinstalling it via apt, purging it again and reinstalling via downloaded tar.bz2 from mozilla website
When running from terminal I get the following:
ExceptionHandler::GenerateDump cloned child 5853
ExceptionHandler::SendContinueSignalToChild sent continue signal to child
ExceptionHandler::WaitForContinueSignal waiting for continue signal...
Failed to open curl lib from binary, use libcurl.so instead
Report ID: bp-efb679bf-6ac0-4c24-9996-c0f3b0190803
I'd be glad for any help, thank you very much! Please let me know if you need more details. :)
Both latest Firefox and Thunderbird fail to open and show crash report just after initialization with macOS Catalina Version 10.15 Beta (19A526h). I can not operate Firef…
Both latest Firefox and Thunderbird fail to open and show crash report just after initialization with macOS Catalina Version 10.15 Beta (19A526h). I can not operate Firefox in Safe Mode because it crashes whenever I try to start it.
Could this note be referred please, to the FF programming manager? First my congrats on FF overall of course, to you and your many volunteers. But I notice a large phil…
Could this note be referred please, to the FF programming manager? First my congrats on FF overall of course, to you and your many volunteers. But I notice a large philosophical programming problem which you might consider.
This problem mostly shows with multiple tabs open. Web servers certainly are slow, and many pages' Html etc poor. This all results in lots of delays such as reported during:
Waiting for () Read () Transferring data from () Performing a TLS handshake to () Connecting to ()
These display the moving "working" dot in the left of the affected tab title. And less often, "(not responding)" in FF's title bar, which eventually gets cleared automatically.
I have reviewed all 17 screens, and a number of the individual results, from today's FF forum search of:
169 results for (not responding) for Firefox
None address the lack of prioritized co-operative multi-tasking/ threading, DURING such delays as "Waiting for ()". During such a necessary wait, it is very slow at best, e.g. for a user to switch tabs. Even to one which is ready for display.
Responsiveness to user input should be the top multi-tasking priority. Tab switching. Rendering/ display of the foreground tab. Scrolling that down. Tab closing by user!, and "X" to STOP a page from loading -- give those user clicks priority. Let's not have to wait 10 seconds for a right-click to open its option box. Let the other busy tabs finish up their work, overlapped in the background priority-wise.
This could be done now, but perhaps it would be difficult for volunteer programmers. Worse case might require a custom replacement, for the effective TCP part of the default vanilla TCP/IP stack. However I suspect a lot could be fixed short of that, with the correct management encouragement and guidelines. At least if the continuous motion of the "busy dot" indicator in the tab title is a task, just change that to something like just gray-ed out while busy.
My experience is with much headroom: CPU (50%), memory, disk, and network bandwidth, per Task Manager. NO McAfee. Mainly just ZoneAlarm taking 30% of that CPU 50% usage. This is not a problem with start-up delay. And delays within only one open tab are necessary, of course. Cheers
I have macOS Mojave, and to my recollection Firefox worked a month or so ago. Now, it bounces in the Dock once, looks like it tries to open, and then quits. I've tried ch…
I have macOS Mojave, and to my recollection Firefox worked a month or so ago. Now, it bounces in the Dock once, looks like it tries to open, and then quits. I've tried changing profiles, looking for fbplugin issues, reinstalling, deleting settings from Application Support folders, and nothing fixes this problem. Any thoughts, y'all?
Firefox immediately goes to the crash report dialog about half the time I start it. When this happens it takes up to 15 times restarting it for it to actually start. I've…
Firefox immediately goes to the crash report dialog about half the time I start it. When this happens it takes up to 15 times restarting it for it to actually start. I've tried a clean install and starting in safe mode but the same thing happens. The most recent crash report ID is bp-a433666b-c733-415f-940a-e29210190805. Can anyone help with this?
Today I am observing some odd behaviour with the restart and not now buttons for update. The dialog is clearly still supposed to be visible, however is is more of a grap…
Today I am observing some odd behaviour with the restart and not now buttons for update. The dialog is clearly still supposed to be visible, however is is more of a graphics artifact.
Click on the windows task bar, change pages and the buttons disappear. once they appear they appear in every tab. To make them appear, move the mouse over them. I am assuming that a Firefox restart will fix the issue and do the requested update. I am making the report because this should not happen with professionally developed software. Firefox should be past the odd graphics glitches of the past.
I'm not writing that paragraph again. The "troubleshooting information" button just failed to work and deleted everything i just typed. The sentence above sums up the pro…
I'm not writing that paragraph again. The "troubleshooting information" button just failed to work and deleted everything i just typed. The sentence above sums up the problem. i use ubuntu 18.04
This is on a Windows 7 Enterprise Lenovo laptop. When I open Firefox, I get a blank tab and after about 15 seconds I get the "Gah! Your tab crashed!". If I restore the …
This is on a Windows 7 Enterprise Lenovo laptop. When I open Firefox, I get a blank tab and after about 15 seconds I get the "Gah! Your tab crashed!". If I restore the tab, the error comes back. If I boot the computer in Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking, it works fine.
I've removed the AV from the system, I've removed and completely deleted all Firefox folder and created a new Windows profile. No change.
I've tried turning off HW acceleration. I'm using the latest version (x64).
For one of the client we are experiencing slow browsing issue with Firefox (Firefox 60.7.2esr) .We tried without any customization but it has the same slow browsing exper…
For one of the client we are experiencing slow browsing issue with Firefox (Firefox 60.7.2esr) .We tried without any customization but it has the same slow browsing experience. However there is one observation though if we use explicit ip address instead .pac in proxy then browsing speed is fine. Our proxy team hasn’t found anything abnormal with proxy configuration and pac file size is also small in kbs.