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(I'm not very good at English, if you don't understand something of my problem description please tell me) I just decided to give another chance to Firefox and move from … (funda kabanzi)
(I'm not very good at English, if you don't understand something of my problem description please tell me) I just decided to give another chance to Firefox and move from Google Chrome and this time I found that Nightly (version 18 for the time of this question / out of using Firefox, Firefox Beta and also Aurora), worked with a really good performance and support for complements and to be really fast on my daily stuff, my only problem is that once I tried watching videos on YouTube or doing any other kind of stuff that required Adobe Flash Player (version 11.4 at the time of this question) it just freezes, the browser gets really laggy and Nightly starts to eat about 70% or more of my CPU, throught it doesn't crashes and it's just painfully slow until I can close the page with some luck. Now, I wanna start by clarifying that this happens to me in all the browser iterations like Firefox (15), Firefox Beta (16) and Aurora (17), not just in Nightly (18). By the other side in Chrome (version 22 for the time of this question) this never happens to me, the videos are pretty fast and the performance is fine. Also this problems just appears to happen when I'm using it on the page. If I put a video on fullscreen it goes plain smooth (even better than with Chrome), but once I get off fullscreen the lagg starts again. I recently updated Flash to try to solve this and also reinstalled Flash, non of this worked out and I don't know that else could I do. Also wanted to add that I'm using Windows 8 (Release Preview) and my PC runs on x64, since Firefox runs on x86 maybe this could have something to do, but I'm not sure. Thanks.