Firefox is one of the most popular internet browser and for me it is best internet browser. The only thing I don’t like about Firefox is it eats up half of my RAM. Today while browsing I came across this thing. The Ultimate Firefox Optimizer
Ultimate Firefox optimizer is a small utility which helps to reduce the memory needed to run Firefox. It will need only 1MB to 2MB of RAM to run Firefox. See the screenshots.
It uses the virtual memory of your computer to run Firefox.I’m already using it on my PC and I did not see any problem using it. Give it a try. If you notice any change in Firefox behavior then stop using it.
IF YOUR POWER SUPPLY STARTS TO MAKE NOISE OR MORE NOISE THAN USUAL, DO NOT USE IT!!! IT MEANS IT’S USING A LOT OF UR VIRTUAL MEMORY (CPU USAGE)AND OVERTIME COULD DAMAGE HARDWARE.
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Windows XP/2000 and .NET framework 2.0
You can download this software from the download link given below.
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Yes, firefox is already pretty damn fast but did you know that you can tweak it and improve the speed even more? Well that’s the beauty of this program being open source. Here’s what you do:
In the URL bar, type “about:config” and press enter. This will bring up the configuration “menu” where you can change the parameters of Firefox. Note that these are what I’ve found to REALLY speed up my Firefox significantly – and these settings seem to be common among everybody else as well. But these settings are optimized for broadband connections.
ok now Double Click on the following settins and put in the numbers below – for the true / false booleans – they’ll change when you double click.
browser.tabs.showSingleWindowModePrefs – true
network.http.max-connections – 48
network.http.max-connections-per-server – 16
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy – 8
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server – 4
network.http.pipelining – true
network.http.pipelining.maxrequests – 100
network.http.proxy.pipelining – true
network.http.request.timeout – 300
One more thing… Right-click somewhere on that screen and add a NEW -> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0”. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives. Since you’re broadband – it shouldn’t have to wait.
Now you should notice you’re loading pages MUCH faster now!