Firefox - Change Number Of Content Processes

It turns out that you can choose the number of processes that Firefox will use for managing all of your tabs. This is much more efficient in terms of resources than using one process per tab like chrome. Related Posts Firefox - Check Multiprocessing Support Steps Go to about:config…

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Firefox - Check Multiprocessing Support

After Firefox 54 rolled out with its better support for multiprocessing, I thought I'd try switching back and resolved its slow startup problem. I had thought that I was already enjoying its speed improvements, but it turns out I wasn't because multiprocessing will be disabled if you have any addons…

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Resolve Firefox Slow Startup

With the speed improvements introduced in Firefox 54 through better multithreading support, I wanted to see if I could switch back to using it as my default browser, from Vivaldi. Indeed it does seem a lot better at handling situations where I have tens/hundreds of tabs open, and perhaps…

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Firefox 50 - Tab Cycling

I prefer the ctrl-tab keyboard shortcut to cycle through the most recently used tabs in order of history, rather than to just cycle right/left through the list like chrome does. This makes the browser act more like most other applications such as Sublime, Notepad++, and Netbeans. In the past,…

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Customize Websites With Dotjs

Dotjs is an addon available for both chrome and Firefox which allows you to run custom Javascript on websites. How you use this power is up to your imagination, but I can see it being most popular for customizing fonts to your preferences or removing elements from the sites. Although…

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Useful Firefox Addons

Below is a list of the extensions that I use for reference whenever I am setting up a new computer. Downthemall - Accelerates downloads and allows you to pause/resume them. HTTPS Everywhere - Automatically redirect to the https version of sites if one is available. This can prevent third…

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