Improving Firefox Speed When it Gets Slow

It has been a while since I last posted. God has placed quite a few time challenges the last month or so. Anyway, back on… Many of you use the Mozilla Firefox browser now. In many ways it is one of the best out there, but of late, I’ve noticed that my copy has really slowed down. This has become an area of frustration for me and I have actually done a lot in Google Chrome a lot while my copy of Firefox loads.

No Longer… Here is an article from lifehacker on how to get your firefox speed back up…

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox is a powerful browser with extensions to do almost anything, but it’s never been accused of being light on resources—and limiting your history size can help.

Every time your browser requests a page or image from anywhere, that data is stored in your browser history for a default of 90 days—for most of us that translates to an enormous amount of data stored in the internal history database. The Mac Tips and Tricks weblog has a quick and very useful tip to make Firefox load more quickly—just visit Preferences -> Privacy -> History and turn the dial down to a more reasonable 5-10 days. You’ll need to clear your history or restart Firefox after you make this change, but in my testing the startup speed improved significantly.

If you want to keep your entire computer…(Read the rest of the article)

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