Tuesday, September 17, 2013

How to Make Firefox Run Faster

Mozilla Firefox is very famous browser for surfing the Internet. On Mozilla Firefox, you can add many add-ons and other tools very easily. Some users find it so much affectionate with its features that, they usually carry this portable application on the flash drive. Mozilla Firefox is very user-friendly browser but it works slowly sometimes. Apply these simple steps to makes your favorite browser run fast. You can also read
How to Fix Firefox Issues With Live Streaming .

How to Make Firefox Run FasterInstructions:
   1.   Modify the settings of Firefox for making it faster. Type “About:Config”  in the Address bar of the Firefox address bar. Press the “Enter” key. A window will pop up on your screen with multiple settings options. Some of the setting option may seems to be hard to understand and of advance technology, but it can increase the speed of your browser by performing some modification in the settings.

   2.   Now make the modification in the entry of “Network.http.pipeling” to “true” by clicking on it twice. This will increase the loading speed of the pages mainly of the graphical one.

   3.   Modify the setting of “Network.http.proxy.pipeling” to “true” by clicking on it twice. Last but not the least, you need to change the “Network.http.pipeling.maxrequests”  option from “4” to “8” by clicking on it twice.

   4.   Right click on this page. You will notice a new menu options. Select the option “New” and then select “Integer”. Rename it as “Nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and put the value as “0”. This change will prevent the browser to wait before it responds to any received details.

   5.   Always use high speed internet connection, if you want to experience the real performance of the Firefox browser. You will get the opening of the web pages faster than before because you have increase the reaction time of Firefox and enhance the response of browser request at random. Despite of waiting for your browser to your click response, it will open the webpage at a good speed.

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