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DrWho3000

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  1. curious Q Does anyone use the Facebook Purify extention and how do they find it, I use it, and it does seem to bring some "Normality" back to FB, I find it good it gives you more contol and what and how you see stuff on there
  2. currently FF process is sat at 620.000k but have seen it go as high as 800-900, but this I suppose is how many tabs you have open and the scripting on webpages currently sat at 1.24GB of Ram usuage , but I do have IRC, uTorrent and DC++ running aswell they are pretty nominal at arounf 10k of mem usage
  3. Not sure if 2GB of ram would be enough to do this, so will err on side of caution thnx for that
  4. after removing user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.force-enable", true) from original prefs and placing back this prefs back in, seems this was the culprit causing to have 2 FF processes Now only have 1 FF process, not 4 or 2 i was having unless it was something else, only thing I removed went from multi process to 1 very strange
  5. this is what I got user_pref("browser.startup.page", 3); user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2", true) comparing the one I am using now to the one I had, seems this is the one missing pref user_pref("browser.tabs.remote.force-enable", true); isn't in what I am using Now, but is in the other what I had, so "maybe this is the culprit and "may" have did it without thinking
  6. I got browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2 set to true browser.tabs.remote.force-enable set to true dom.ipc.processCount set to 1 browser.tabs.remote.force-enable isn't there there is some extensions.e10sBlocks there by default NOT touched but NOT extensions.e10sBlocksEnabling would it be one of these i can't think that I did do any other changes Usually make a backup of the prefs before making changes, but neglected to this time, lucky i had a little older one
  7. @Dave-H how do i revert back to only seeing 1 FF process, I did reset the dom.ipc.processCount back to one pretty sure I didn't make any other changes yet I see 2 if i cancel one i get a opps a tab has crashed or cancel other FF closes would it be this dom.ipc.plugins.enabled set to false
  8. Can we disable the plugin container, in the past I noticed it was mainly needed to help play flash games, and removing it, there was no adverse effect and FF ran smoothly without it, but now If I disable or remove it FF, having Primetime Decryption FF complains Primetime has has stopped and need to reload page I found it is a resource hog I know in older versions it was together but in wisdom was decide to seperate into 2 seperate processes dom.ipc.plugins (on Firefox 9 there are two, while there are five on some older versions). Set all of them to false to disable plugin-container: DISABLING After disabling it, the usage is more like 35-50% and 25-40%. That’s an improvement from 100-130% to 60-90% ==> ~40% net. By default, Firefox loads plug-ins in a separate process called plugin-container.exe, which is meant to keep the main Firefox process (firefox.exe) unscathed in the event of a plug-in error or crash. Plugin-container is known for being resource intensive (CPU and RAM). But fortunately, it can be disabled without disrupting the browser's operation.
  9. @Dave-H Only see this thead looking for something else I have tried the dom.ipc.processCount but set it to 3 One thing I noticed was the CPU usage going down on some sites, scrolling is a little better, One thing I noticed is the low CPU usage on most sites, but switch to FB it increases to a 50-60% usuage (sometimes higher) wonder if this is the high amount of scripting What does browser.tabs.remote.force-enabled do and the others i have seen mentioned ...... On a side note, Can we disable the plugin container, in the past I noticed it was mainly needed to help play flash games, and removing it, there was no adverse effect and FF ran smoothly without it, but now If I disable or remove it FF complains Primetime has has stopped and need to reload page
  10. I'm going to try Palemoon but most I could install is 24.6 when I visit any sites alot complain browser is out of date or If i get in get put on the mobile version of the site is there anyway I could remedy this Can I import alot of the settings from Firefox i noticed there is alot in the about config not in PM there is in FF, can I put these in ? How do I get the Primetime to appear in PM like FF I have put in same settings in PM as in FF it doesnt appear Noticed there is either No comment box or can not comment on Facebook status's I managed to update PM to 26.9, but FB Twitter etc still doesnt allow me to comment where are the userstrings stored, its not in the prefs file I did try following guide on 1st post but still only get 2 blue ticks on html5/youtube
  11. @Radish does this include 52.9.0 ESR as I get not compatible with quantum yet mine isnt a quantun just regular normal 52.9 download This add-on is not compatible with your version of Firefox.
  12. I'm not sure why it refuses to let me connect to sync using 66, but reverting to 52 it does
  13. @Dave-H what I should off said correct addy to use in useragent to get into the Firefox Sync to connect i did try general.useragent.override.about:preferences#sync Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; rv:66.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/66.0 i just get a spinnig blue circle, No go unless i revert to 52
  14. anyone have any idea with FF 52.9 what the correct add is to put into the useragent as if I use this general.useragent.override Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; rv:66.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/66.0 i just get a spinnig blue circle i can't get into it But if I change it to Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0 it does let me in
  15. Has anyone tried extracting the cert8.db file from a firefox install, I tried to with 7zip, but couldn't find it anywhere in any of the folders (Unless it is created on a install), was hoping to, to see if there is/was a way of updating SSL certificates that are out of date or due to expire or soon will do i'vr noticed there is quite a few out of date or due to be
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