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Re: Common F11 Bugs



On 06/05/2009 04:43 PM, Frank Cox wrote:
On Fri, 05 Jun 2009 16:25:55 -0400 (EDT)
Robert P. J. Day wrote:

   do any of those bugs refer to the fact that (at least for me)
firefox is still teeth-grindingly slow?   i've mentioned this before
and i've tried everything i can think of to speed it up but, at this
point, it's utterly unusable.  even sitting there, it perpetually
sucks up 100% of the CPU on a dual core system, while seamonkey will
happily sit there, idling along at about 0.8%.
There must be something really wrong with your system.  I have never seen that
on any of numerous Fedora machines, unless you're at a web page that's using a
lot of CPU to show you something or if something has got Firefox stuck in a
tight loop of some kind.  In either case, simply closing and re-opening Firefox
solves the problem.  Doing "nothing", Firefox uses an insignificant amount of
CPU.

Do you have some Firefox extension that's causing problems?  What happens if
you remove all Firefox extensions?

My Firefox was really dragging it's feet, I noticed the Language Packs were all enabled, I disabled them all except for English (Great Britain) I did not see any English (USA) so I accepted (Great Britain) When I speak with a Englishman I generally can understand what their saying.
And it made my Firefox a lot faster.


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