Firefox Speed Up: Advanced Tricks Part 1

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This presentation will show you how to speed up firefox and improve your browsing performance. These are advanced tips and follow carefully before implementing in your browser. Quantum PC Support will provide you next part of this presentation very soon. Keep watching.

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Firefox Speed Up: Advanced Tricks Part 1

  1. 1. Firefox Speed Up Advanced Tricks Part 1 This presentation will provide you few advanced tricks to speed up Firefox browser. Watch the presentation carefully
  2. 2. Pipelining Browsers are very polite by default; they send a request to server and wait for continuing others job till the response came from server. Pipelining is an advanced technique that sends multiple requests to server before any response received. This often leads to reduced page loading time. – Now watch the pipelining steps.
  3. 3. Type about:config in Firefox Address bar
  4. 4. Warning message came and click
  5. 5. Search for “network.http.pipelining” and then double click to change the value to “true”
  6. 6. Value Changed to “true”
  7. 7. Now search for “network.http.proxy.pipelining and double click to change the value
  8. 8. Value changed to “true”
  9. 9. Find and double click “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests”
  10. 10. Type 8 in place of 32
  11. 11. Render quickly:longer content notify interval will improve performance
  12. 12. Type: about:config and right click New->Integer
  13. 13. Enter “content.notify.interval” as preference name
  14. 14. Type 500000 and click OK
  15. 15. Right Click anywhere -> New->Boolean Now enter “content.notify.ontimer” as a preference name
  16. 16. Set the Content.notify.ontimer to “true”
  17. 17. Faster loading: Reduce the content switch threshold and improve performance.
  18. 18. Type about:config, right click anywhere-> new-> integer. Type “content.switch.threshold”
  19. 19. Type 250000 and Click OK
  20. 20. No interruptions: Firefox will ignore user interface events altogether until the current pas has been downloaded.
  21. 21. Right Click anywhere -> New -> Boolean
  22. 22. Enter content.interrupt.parsing
  23. 23. Set the value to false
  24. 24. Thank you for watching https://www.quantumpcsupport.com We are thankful to http://www.techradar.com/ for information

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