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Gmail has slowed to a crawl and won't load and won't allow me to type a reply

In the last couple days Gmail has slowed to a crawl. It won't load, and barely does, and once it does I try to click on an email loads super slow and trying to type in a … (funda kabanzi)

In the last couple days Gmail has slowed to a crawl. It won't load, and barely does, and once it does I try to click on an email loads super slow and trying to type in a reply in one existent, had to switch over to google chrome to do my emails. What is going on? I have a new modem from ATT also. I cleared cache and cookies, restarted computer and still slow to a crawl

Asked by debbiejambor 1 unyaka odlule

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Why every time Firefox stuck in middle of work when i need that most?

I was working on my client project https://www.bookotrip.com and want to test my work as it was final time to handover the project. But do you know what Firefox stuck mid… (funda kabanzi)

I was working on my client project https://www.bookotrip.com and want to test my work as it was final time to handover the project. But do you know what Firefox stuck middle of processing.

Asked by Justinschumakar 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by WestEnd 2 iminyaka edlule

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Audio playback interrupted when Firefox CPU usage increases

When I have a video playing in the background (for example a Twitch stream) and use Firefox in a way that causes 100% CPU usage (for example navigating a Google Maps 360°… (funda kabanzi)

When I have a video playing in the background (for example a Twitch stream) and use Firefox in a way that causes 100% CPU usage (for example navigating a Google Maps 360° view or scrolling a complex website excessively) I get interruptions and even repetitions of short bits of the playing sound. This issue started after updating to Firefox Quantum and is quite annoying. Is this a known issue? Any potential workarounds? I'm currently using 58.0.2 (64 bit) on Windows 10 16299.

Asked by floele 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox is doing something to my connection that translates in lag spikes

I first noticed this in Overwatch (OW) but also with Diablo 3. These are the only games I play online. OW has a inbuilt tool to look at it's network connection. It shows … (funda kabanzi)

I first noticed this in Overwatch (OW) but also with Diablo 3. These are the only games I play online. OW has a inbuilt tool to look at it's network connection. It shows that about every 5 secs, ping spikes. There might be other stuff happening, like some loss, but I can't say for sure. This translates into choppy gameplay which is unbearable for online FPS. If you look at the attached image, you see that the spikes go to 128 ms. I normally run 44 ms.

This symptom does not start immediately and I haven't been able to check how long it takes to start. It does go away if I close firefox down.

I tried to: - remove all addons - close tabs until only home/empty tab was left - removing/reinstalling firefox.

Nothing really worked.

I am running the latest version of Windows 10 (1803) with the latest version of Firefox 63.0.3. All 64bit.

Asked by animismus 1 unyaka odlule

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For one of the client we are experiencing slow browsing issue with Firefox (Firefox 60.7.2esr) .

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… (funda kabanzi)

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.

Asked by vikas.singh11 10 izinyanga ezidlule

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newest update kills FF... tried everything downloaded old version and it works fine... your ball

Firefox 49.0.1 update seems to load, shows brief busy icon .. shows loaded in files, shows as running in task mgr. Removing and reloading does nothing even with shutdown … (funda kabanzi)

Firefox 49.0.1 update seems to load, shows brief busy icon .. shows loaded in files, shows as running in task mgr. Removing and reloading does nothing even with shutdown between... safe mode, administrator run... nothing. Reloaded old 48 ran without a pause.

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Asked by blackcrow8 3 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox suddenly slow (March 9, 2018) - is it sync?

Firefox has become completely unusable for me because it has become very slow. It was fine on this computer (newer i7, 32GB ram, ssd) last weekend but not this. It is act… (funda kabanzi)

Firefox has become completely unusable for me because it has become very slow. It was fine on this computer (newer i7, 32GB ram, ssd) last weekend but not this. It is actually happening on two different computers. It becomes impossible to type (echo is seconds and windows reports that the application is not responsive).

However sysinternals procexp doesn't report anything much unusual for the computer as whole or FF. Speed test shows that my internet connection is fine and Chrome is working normally

I have paired sync down to only bookmarks and add-ons of which there are only 5.

The problem may be due to sync - FF seems to perform normally in safe mode or before it has asked for the master password.

I have a beef with visibility around sync - it doesn't seem to be possible to see how often it is running, how much data it is sending, how many disk writes are happening.

I am submitting this report from Chrome because FF is unusable.

Asked by bryan.kramer 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Shadow110 2 iminyaka edlule

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The graphical menu buttons Firefox 58.0.2

On Windows 10 and Firefox 58.0.2, when I click the menu button in the upper right (the three hamburger bars) or any other menu button (i.e. history), a ghost of the drop … (funda kabanzi)

On Windows 10 and Firefox 58.0.2, when I click the menu button in the upper right (the three hamburger bars) or any other menu button (i.e. history), a ghost of the drop menu appears and Firefox hangs for at least a few seconds. Often times, it totally hangs and needs to be closed. I can browse and scroll and video stream works. I have tried the "it hangs" fixes and none work. Specifically I have tried the accessibility permission option, the disable hardware acceleration option, and trying a new alternative profile (full on reset). I have also tried uninstalling the 64bit version and installing the 32bit version. None of this has worked. The menu bar does work. Also when any popup from the menu button area (i.e. giving website location access) it is ghosted or black and locks Firefox.

Asked by Roadster32 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Error during encrypted connection scan. - this message pops up all the time

I agreed to something this morning as I had a message that Firefox was starting slowly and now I have to press Add to exclusions numerous times every time I do anything o… (funda kabanzi)

I agreed to something this morning as I had a message that Firefox was starting slowly and now I have to press Add to exclusions numerous times every time I do anything online. I have no idea what any of it is and it's extremely time consuming,confusing and annoying. What is happening and why?

Asked by pullfaces 2 iminyaka edlule

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Why does Firefox fail to load pages correctly? No problems with Chromium.

It is getting to where FF doesn't load most pages correctly or at all, with or without plugins installed, and regardless of whether the cache is cleared or not. FF is ex… (funda kabanzi)

It is getting to where FF doesn't load most pages correctly or at all, with or without plugins installed, and regardless of whether the cache is cleared or not. FF is extremely slow too, even after a fresh install. FF is also not sandboxed. I have no such problems with Chromium.

Tech folks are telling me FF is dying. I was hoping FF would beat Google because I hate Google. I'm finding myself using Chromium most of the time and I hate how its preferences and plugins are limited compared to FF and it doesn't load the home page I specify, instead loading a useless mess of preset links I don't approve. But I have to say I'm at the point of ditching FF completely, which is a disgusting feeling of defeat because now it seems Google dominates the PC browser and it's not even customization-rich and I don't even get to assign my home page to the home button.

If I had to give FF a grade, it would be F. It's like an old car that only goes 25mph and only drives on a rapidly decreasing number of roads where upon the instrumentation fails to light up or the engine might stop altogether. What kind of legacy is this? I'm tired of google maps not displaying correctly. Missing fields, maps, buttons, and graphics all the time. What's the deal? FF used to be great but now it's useless to me; I don't understand why it's still around. Are there plans to redo FF to address all these issues?

If pages would just load correctly I'd even tolerate slower program loading. Sandboxing would be a huge plus and I don't think it's that difficult to achieve. Much has been done to beautify the FF gui while its basic ability to display pages properly and securely is heavily neglected. May I ask where this is going? Give me reasons to stick with FF... Isn't FF worth fixing up?

Thanks, A user concerned about browser monopolies and diminished ability to browse the web productively and in alignment with my computing needs.

FF 40.0.3 for Linux / Ubuntu 13.04

Asked by linx255 4 iminyaka edlule

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In Firefox 55 (2017) does it still make sense to move the cache to RAM?

I refer to the classic case where I have an SSD and don't want to "consume" it by watching endless videos on YouTube (and/or other sites) that are being buffered to the d… (funda kabanzi)

I refer to the classic case where I have an SSD and don't want to "consume" it by watching endless videos on YouTube (and/or other sites) that are being buffered to the disk. Or does the buffering of such videos occur in RAM by default in Firefox?

I also want to speed up Firefox at the maximum.

What are the downsides of having the entire cache in RAM and, if none, why isn't the default instalation with no cache at all on the disk (browser.cache.disk.enable = false) ?

What is the best configuration of Firefox (regarding cache) on a laptop with the an SSD and 4 GB of RAM?

Thanks in advance.

Asked by PopStarWannabe 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by user633449 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox continuously uses excessive ram causing pc to slow to a crawl

Running Linux Mint, Firefox is latest version, PC has 8GB of RAM, yet when running Firefox gradually uses more and more ram till all is gone, only fix, close and restart … (funda kabanzi)

Running Linux Mint, Firefox is latest version, PC has 8GB of RAM, yet when running Firefox gradually uses more and more ram till all is gone, only fix, close and restart Firefox.

Removed all addons, no change! SET Prevent Accessibility Services from accessing your browser to true, no change! Under performance set content process limit to 1, no change (I suspect this is a fake setting, it has no effect on number of processes!!)

PS Everyone else I know that uses Firefox has the same problem, is Mozilla trying to kill it?

Asked by Charles8 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Shadow110 2 iminyaka edlule

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Nightly Firefox on Mac latest version too slow

I'm using Mbpr 2013 with latest OSX, Firefox is Nightly version I already disable all add-ons, uncheck recommend performance settings, uncheck Block dangerous and decep… (funda kabanzi)

I'm using Mbpr 2013 with latest OSX, Firefox is Nightly version I already disable all add-ons, uncheck recommend performance settings, uncheck Block dangerous and deceptive content, try safe mode too.. still very slow . I dont know why this happen

Asked by ookangzheng 1 unyaka odlule

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Mozilla drains so much ram even with a few tabs open on windows 10

Hi dear developers and people who help other people in this forum, I'm Kristian, an old user of Mozilla and since I have installed mozilla of quantum project on my laptop… (funda kabanzi)

Hi dear developers and people who help other people in this forum, I'm Kristian, an old user of Mozilla and since I have installed mozilla of quantum project on my laptop with windows 10, I have notice on the task manager that mozilla drains a lot of ram even with a few tabs open ( Let's say 7). Well my concern is because with Google Chrome (I know that is offensive to compare) I have open more than 30 tabs and its ram consumption is understanble to be higher, nevertheless is really close to mozilla ( Lets say 1GB of RAM). I tried to run mozilla on safe mode with no addons but I get the same result. I tried reduce the content process limit to 2 (4 by default) but again, the RAM consumption still high. I reinstall mozilla, but unfortunately nothing changes. Im the only one with this trouble? Any ideas of what it can be? The mozilla version what Im using is 60 x64 and windows 10 x64 Thanks in advance ps: I attach an image to prove what I wrote

Asked by Kristian Roa C. 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by Shadow110 2 iminyaka edlule

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Probable 'deadly embrace' memory allocation issue between Firefox and Microsoft Update

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box. I observed Firefox memory use rise r… (funda kabanzi)

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box.

I observed Firefox memory use rise rapidly to nearly 800MB ... while netsvcs.exe did approximately the same thing. (This machine has 2GB of RAM.)

Fortunately I had Windows Performance Monitor running, and was able to determine that Windows Update was the competing activity ... and after-the-fact, determined that it had been installing an update to MS Security Essentials (basically a malware signature update - and I have the ID of the specific update, but since it is a security update, I'm hesitant to post that detail in a quasi-public forum). Usually, such updates install quickly and transparently. I also cannot tell, with confidence, whether the memory consumption was from the process of installing the signature - or the process of scanning for malware presence after the sig was installed (although I'd *guess* the latter). I believe both of those aspects execute within netsvcs.exe.

This happened over a period of approximately an hour, during which about all I could do was "sniff around" to identify the culprits; eventually I killed the Firefox process (hoping that its History feature would allow me to return to my open tabs... which was not quite true).

I have reported the event to Microsoft as well, as it could equally be their problem.

Suggestion: Add instrumentation to Firefox to capture data on sudden increases in RAM use - paying particular attention to outside-the-norm values, in relatively short time periods (minutes, not hours) that do not self-resolve ... and consider whether Firefox can be more aggressive at releasing memory it has "claimed," when things go bad.

(Perhaps collect high-level "physical memory available" data when things begin to "go bad," and capture the "footprint" of Firefox memory use... And perhaps add intelligence to log memory allocation failures somewhere. I don't know with certainty if the issue was fragmentation, or the sheer amount requested, but experience and grey-hair lead me to suspect the former. The only Firefox window/tab that I know might have been a high-memory-consumer was a moderate-sized Google Map covering an urban area of several dozen square miles, so it was a complex image.)

Not suggesting this is Firefox's "fault" -- clearly, both processes were "to blame" in the sense that they didn't handle the situation well... but Firefox might handle it better.

I've seen (and reported) quite a series of memory-utilization issues since 28.0 ... perhaps it's time for a "tiger team" to look into these.

AH - one other detail: I keep Firefox pinned to the Windows task bar, and when it starts, it asks me which profile I want to use (of about 5 choices). When restarting Firefox after identifying all the above... I found that it no longer asked me to choose a profile, and the profile it opened was clearly NOT my most-common profile, which includes (e.g.) all my most-common, site-specific login information. I had to mess around for several minutes to get this profile "back" up and running, and I did not make note of what I tried during that effort.

Asked by BillM 5 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 5 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox takes 25 secs to start, then aother 25 secs to load 1st page

After powering up my computer, or completely shutting down firefox, it takes about 25 seconds for firefox to start (blank page displayed) then another 25 seconds to load.… (funda kabanzi)

After powering up my computer, or completely shutting down firefox, it takes about 25 seconds for firefox to start (blank page displayed) then another 25 seconds to load. I have tried all of the options in help section (re-installed, reset, cleared extensions, changed start up page, etc.) but nothing helps. No problems with Chrome nor Internet Exploder, they both start up and load instantly. 64 bit Windows 7 professional, Intel i7-7700K CPU at 4.2GHz, 32GB Ram, GTX 1080 video card, MVMe boot. This machine is a screamer, except for Firefox. Also have a very slow Thunderbird but it is not nearly as bad as firefox.

Asked by MasterFrodo 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox extremely slow to load web pages, Explorer works fine.

Hi all, I'm using a MSI GF62-7RD laptop running Windows 10 64-bit, latest Firefox version (59.0.2 64-bit). For the last few weeks Firefox on my laptop has been taking yea… (funda kabanzi)

Hi all, I'm using a MSI GF62-7RD laptop running Windows 10 64-bit, latest Firefox version (59.0.2 64-bit). For the last few weeks Firefox on my laptop has been taking years to load almost all web pages, while Internet Explorer on those same occasions was able to load the same pages in good time. The annoying thing is that Firefox on my desktop (Windows 7) is not similarly afflicted. And to make matters even stranger, my laptop when using other internet connections (at friends' houses etc.) is able to use Firefox without the speed issues I get at home.

This problem was also present intermittently on my last laptop (also MSI with the same OS), but now it seems to be a permanent state of affairs. I have variously in the past tried disabling accessibility services, refreshing Firefox, and doing a complete re-install (including deleting all Mozilla folders in the user's Appdata folder). Nothing seems to help....

Asked by MightySpatula 2 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by FredMcD 2 iminyaka edlule

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Firefox is slower than IE even after a Refresh or starting in safe mode

Application Basics Name: Firefox Version: 61.0.2 Build ID: 20180807170231 Update Channel: release User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:61.0) Gecko/20100101 Firef… (funda kabanzi)

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Name: Firefox Version: 61.0.2 Build ID: 20180807170231 Update Channel: release User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:61.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/61.0 OS: Windows_NT 6.1 Multiprocess Windows: 1/1 (Enabled by default) Web Content Processes: 5/4 Enterprise Policies: Inactive Google Key: Found Mozilla Location Service Key: Found Safe Mode: false Crash Reports for the Last 3 Days


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Name: Activity Stream Version: 2018.06.29.1026-fa231556 ID: activity-stream@mozilla.org Name: Application Update Service Helper Version: 2.0 ID: aushelper@mozilla.org Name: Firefox Screenshots Version: 32.1.0 ID: screenshots@mozilla.org Name: Form Autofill Version: 1.0 ID: formautofill@mozilla.org Name: Photon onboarding Version: 1.0 ID: onboarding@mozilla.org Name: Pocket Version: 1.0.5 ID: firefox@getpocket.com Name: Web Compat Version: 2.0 ID: webcompat@mozilla.org Name: WebCompat Reporter Version: 1.0.0 ID: webcompat-reporter@mozilla.org Extensions


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