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FF 29 sometimes will not start. Popup with an error message.

Hi. With FF 29, I frequently get a popup message saying that "Firefox is already running" and I have to kill that process and restart the browser under XP. Is anyone else… (funda kabanzi)

Hi.

With FF 29, I frequently get a popup message saying that "Firefox is already running" and I have to kill that process and restart the browser under XP. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?

Thanks.

Asked by Compumind 6 iminyaka edlule

Answered by John99 6 iminyaka edlule

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how can i set one configuration on firefox for my all user to run it ?

i installed FF on windows server 2008 and set proxy setting. but When my users run Firefox's default configuration performs.my users remote to server with remote desktop … (funda kabanzi)

i installed FF on windows server 2008 and set proxy setting. but When my users run Firefox's default configuration performs.my users remote to server with remote desktop connection. How to set Firefox to run on all users?

Asked by samzak 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Sound stops working and videos crash

While using Firefox, at some point the sound will stop working. For most applications, they will simply run without playing sound. If I try to load a video, on YouTube or… (funda kabanzi)

While using Firefox, at some point the sound will stop working. For most applications, they will simply run without playing sound. If I try to load a video, on YouTube or any other player, it will try to play the video for the first 3 seconds, and then the video will crash. If I try to open any file with Windows Media Player, it will give a "your computer is low on memory" error (an assertion that Task Manager will not confirm) and refuse to play any files.

Closing Firefox then reopening it solves this issue for the next 10-90 minutes or so. Closing the Flash plugin etc. doesn't do anything.

Asked by ziggurathater56 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by cor-el 5 iminyaka edlule

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Flash taking up too much RAM.

I enjoy playing Flash based browser games but they've been running slow recently. I opened my computer's task manager to see what was going on and noticed that as I kept … (funda kabanzi)

I enjoy playing Flash based browser games but they've been running slow recently. I opened my computer's task manager to see what was going on and noticed that as I kept playing, the amount of RAM being used by Flash kept going up. All the way to 1.5 GB of RAM. I think that flash is saving pieces of game data that are not necessary. Anyone know how to make it stop doing that?

Asked by CyanLink 5 iminyaka edlule

Answered by guigs 5 iminyaka edlule

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Hardware Acceleration

Should I get the same performance benefit from Firefox's DXVA implementation as a standalone player? It seems that no matter whether or not I have hardware acceleration … (funda kabanzi)

Should I get the same performance benefit from Firefox's DXVA implementation as a standalone player? It seems that no matter whether or not I have hardware acceleration enabled, watching an .mp4 video in Firefox uses the same amount of CPU (around 15%). If I save the video and watch it in a standalone player, I have almost 0% CPU used.

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Asked by dojima 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by guigs 5 iminyaka edlule

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memoery reaching 3 giga :) 1 tab opened with a youtube video

hi i have an hp g6 pavilion, after the last flash player automatic update (some 1 month ago maybe) , i started getting ram problems, ram increase to 3 giga when just wat… (funda kabanzi)

hi i have an hp g6 pavilion, after the last flash player automatic update (some 1 month ago maybe) , i started getting ram problems, ram increase to 3 giga when just watching 1 video with no other tabs opened, i tried a lot of solutions described here and around the web without success, please advise

Asked by Simoorish 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by jscher2000 5 iminyaka edlule

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firefox slowing it self down

firefox seems to have a new update or their is a new problem as of today, I just started getting the message' a web page is slowing down your browser ' how ever upon chec… (funda kabanzi)

firefox seems to have a new update or their is a new problem as of today, I just started getting the message' a web page is slowing down your browser ' how ever upon checking it is this new process slowing down web pages and making them crash. web pages that had no issues before now have issues, how do I turn this new value added feature off as it is junk. No I am NOT going to refresh firefox again as that caused more problems not less. HAHAHAHA it just said these stupid forums are slowing down the browser now, and as annoying as it is, that is funny. who ever programmed this new update fails, their own test.

Asked by RNARC1 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Rafael Lecuona 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox is using so much ram and disk and its so slow sometimes

Hello, from the last 2 updates firefox started to use SO MUCH ram, even if iam not doing anything, just a blank page it uses 800mb of ram! i tried safe mode and its the s… (funda kabanzi)

Hello, from the last 2 updates firefox started to use SO MUCH ram, even if iam not doing anything, just a blank page it uses 800mb of ram! i tried safe mode and its the same and if i open more than 3 taps its start to use more than 1gb, thats so much and makes me to quit firefox but i was using it from 6 years, hope there is a fix. i formatted my laptop also, if there problem not going to be fixed iam going to use Chrome even tho iam using firefox from 5 years

firefox using 1000 mb with only 1 tab open!

Asked by Ragido 3 iminyaka edlule

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I just replaced my computer, yet in Facebook I am still getting frequent "Firefox not responding" error messages. Why?

My tech guy told me my old computer was not able to "keep up with today's internet" which was why I was receiving constant "Firefox is not responding" error messages. I … (funda kabanzi)

My tech guy told me my old computer was not able to "keep up with today's internet" which was why I was receiving constant "Firefox is not responding" error messages. I just replaced that computer, yet it is still happening when I am in Facebook, although admittedly not as often. Why and what can be done about it?

Asked by MitziK 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by bygabyga 3 iminyaka edlule

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Very high memory usage after a while

After Firefox has been open for a while and/or was used for a while, memory usage is at nearly 3GB. This happens both with e10s enabled and disabled, Firefox versions 52-… (funda kabanzi)

After Firefox has been open for a while and/or was used for a while, memory usage is at nearly 3GB. This happens both with e10s enabled and disabled, Firefox versions 52-54 at least. The number of tabs is between 8 and 20 (nearly all loaded), and there are many addons installed. The troubleshooting information is from this PC.

I have looked at about:memory and it is still inconclusive to me. I uploaded an anonymized one to here: https://mega.nz/#!nxIzwZYD!0V5b44D1Xfst4XlAPvbTEIVjRZXvgP6Y4Xs_jJkeeew

Asked by OronDF343 3 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by OronDF343 3 iminyaka edlule

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Within minutes [sometimes seconds], Firefox starts using more and more cpu time - up to 95% or more. We have no viruses or other malicious programs running.

I have run multiple virus checkers, cleared caches and cookies, checked for other malware, adware, keyloggers, and have not found anything malicious at all. Rebooting doe… (funda kabanzi)

I have run multiple virus checkers, cleared caches and cookies, checked for other malware, adware, keyloggers, and have not found anything malicious at all.

Rebooting doesn't stop the CPU hogging. In fact, if you kill Firefox in Task Manager, and the click on "Restore Previous Session", a lot of the time it immediately starts hogging the CPU. Sometimes even with only ONE open tab. Why can't you give us control over active content on a page by page [tab] basis? The universal shut off all active content is NOT a good solution.

Can you not keep active content on a page locked until the user decides to play it [and only have the top tab content be allowed to be active]? Maybe have a specific icon indicating an item wants to run. It's bad enough when the audio from an ad starts playing over the music you were listening to, but this resource hogging, lockup situation has gotten out of hand.

Running all active content on all pages does nothing but diminish the experience for users.

Firefox is my preferred browser, but at this point it runs slower than Explorer, which is beyond sad. It does appear now to have one big similarity to Explorer -- you have been throwing so many patches at it that you have degraded the performance of the program by many orders of magnitude. Some of these patches are probably like Explorer's too -- fixing a problem with a patch that creates other problems that need to be patched which creates other issues, etc, etc, etc.

When I first started using Firefox, it was head and shoulders better than the other browsers. Then you introduced the "plug in container" that really tied resources up -- and still does now from time to time, on top of the other resource hogging. Now you have two instances of Firefox running in Task Manager and both instances want to grab as much CPU time as possible - and in between them they get all available time.

At the very least, give us a way to find and kill off the particular script that is eating the CPU time.

In case you need some system info from us, we are running Windows 7, have a 64bit operating system using an Intel Duo processor at 2.8Ghz, with 4.0Gb RAM.

Any help on how to resolve this would be welcome.

Asked by StopAdobeFlash1 3 iminyaka edlule

Answered by FredMcD 3 iminyaka edlule

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change of pictures takes too long

http://www.spiegel.de/stil/seoul-fashion-week-street-style-fotograf-alex-finch-im-interview-a-1234757.html This page shows 10 consecutive pictures. To move from one to th… (funda kabanzi)

http://www.spiegel.de/stil/seoul-fashion-week-street-style-fotograf-alex-finch-im-interview-a-1234757.html This page shows 10 consecutive pictures. To move from one to the other one takes too long. Have tried the same with Edge and that works fine.

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Since FF 69 starting (not loading!) web sites frequently needs more than 10 seconds under Xubuntu

Since FF 69 the starting (not the loading!) of websites frequently lasts more than 10 seconds under Xubuntu. The tab remains empty during this waiting time, while no sign… (funda kabanzi)

Since FF 69 the starting (not the loading!) of websites frequently lasts more than 10 seconds under Xubuntu. The tab remains empty during this waiting time, while no sign of the loading process can be seen: The tab header shows no title, only the URL. The animated loading icon of the tab header is not shown. The status bar shows no activity. For about 5 to 20 seconds it looks like the tab is frozen. (See hardcopy.) This phenomenon occurs irregularly, but repeatedly, approximately with 10-20 percent of all calls, regardless of the requested URLs. It typically occurs piled within a random period, that lasts between a some seconds and several minutes. It also happens in safe mode, regardless of the used profile (even an unmodified new profile) and both in private an non-private windows. As far as I can judge, the troubleshooting Information shows no abnormalities. There are no issues with the internet connection. I've been using Firefox trouble-free for more than 10 years, but this phenomenon only occurred since Firefox 69.0.

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Answered by ebfried2000 7 izinyanga ezidlule

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Current performance in blocking phishing sites?

In a 2017 test, Firefox performed much worse than Chrome and especially Edge when it came to blocking phishing sites. See https://www.techradar.com/news/microsoft-edge-is… (funda kabanzi)

In a 2017 test, Firefox performed much worse than Chrome and especially Edge when it came to blocking phishing sites. See https://www.techradar.com/news/microsoft-edge-is-the-best-browser-for-blocking-phishing-websites. How is the current performance? Have more/other third-party tests been done?

Asked by FrankC 6 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by jscher2000 6 izinyanga ezidlule

firefox keeps freezing and force quit doesn't eliminate an active process which is hidden

Firefox freezes at least 5 times a day, and I have to do a Force Quit. But I can't restart my Mac because there is still a version of Firefox running, so I have to press… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox freezes at least 5 times a day, and I have to do a Force Quit. But I can't restart my Mac because there is still a version of Firefox running, so I have to press the power button for 5 seconds to shut down. Upon opening, I'm fine for an hour or two, and then the same problem. After force quit, it appears Firefox is no longer running, but trying to reopen it, a message says only one version can run at a time.

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Last reply by glands666 3 izinyanga ezidlule

Some sites take five to six times longer to load on firefox.

About:performance results. As an aside help section says About:performance should show up in menu/more and it does not. Do not care about that one but the slow loading of… (funda kabanzi)

About:performance results. As an aside help section says About:performance should show up in menu/more and it does not. Do not care about that one but the slow loading of pages , twenty to thirty seconds vs. less than 1 on other browser and sister machine are driving us to another browser.

Michigan Weather Radar | AccuWeather may currently be slowing down Firefox.

MI Weather and Radar Map - The Weather Channel | Weather.com may currently be slowing down Firefox

No may be about it, yes they are. Used to load in a blink and still do in Edge browser and on sister machine.

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Last reply by Himanshu prabhakar 3 izinyanga ezidlule

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Laggy Firefox

I am facing two issues with Firefox. I am using Firefox on Macbook Pro 2017 with i7 processor and 16GB Ram, but after importing all my bookmarks from chrome its laggy lik… (funda kabanzi)

I am facing two issues with Firefox. I am using Firefox on Macbook Pro 2017 with i7 processor and 16GB Ram, but after importing all my bookmarks from chrome its laggy like when i move mouse hover the bookmarks its animation response time is slow ie :- Moving cursor up and down the blue animation strip its bit delay comparatively mouse cursor movement.

Secondly i am having issue with YouTube, when i am double click on YouTube video to full-screen its give blank screen for a sec its bit annoying i think it need to fix.

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Answered by cor-el 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Firefox using excessing cpu resources also just tonight Adblock Plus addon doesn't allow pages to load

Anyone else notice excessive cpu usage with Firefox 77.0.1? It's been going on for the past week. 17.6-27% cpu usage just sitting here on the support page only after a fr… (funda kabanzi)

Anyone else notice excessive cpu usage with Firefox 77.0.1? It's been going on for the past week. 17.6-27% cpu usage just sitting here on the support page only after a fresh restart of the computer.

I also just noticed tonight not a single page would load. Switched to trouble shooting which disables the addons and pages loaded. Closed the browser and opened it again to be in normal mode and started disabling addons. The one I disabled to get pages to load again was Adblock Plus. Go figure of all the addons this is the one that is going to kill the browser from loading anything. I've already sent a report for this on the addon itself not sure what else to do there other then enjoy a bunch of adds for a while.

The one that concerns me more is Firefox just sucking away at the power for no reason at all. I can fill the top bar with tabs normally and not be using this much cpu. I would say it has developed a memory leak of sorts or something considering it's using 0 disk and network activity yet currently is using 18.4% cpu and 635MB memory for this single page being open.

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Last reply by ARMAN KHAN 2 izinyanga ezidlule

firefox-bin process using very high cpu even after closing window

Hello. From time to time, when using firefox I find that firefox-bin process uses very high cpu process (on top command output it shows even more that 100% (i don't under… (funda kabanzi)

Hello. From time to time, when using firefox I find that firefox-bin process uses very high cpu process (on top command output it shows even more that 100% (i don't understand those specs)) It doesen't seem related to any specific website. I close tabs one by one and it remains the same. Even when closing firefox window, firefox-bin remains using 100% cpu for about 1 minute or so. Then a crash message appears, and I click send report.

Any suggestions accepted. cheers. Firefox 77.0.1 MX Linux 18.3

Asked by laureano 2 izinyanga ezidlule

Last reply by ARMAN KHAN 2 izinyanga ezidlule