26
Apr
08

How to boost the performance of your firefox

How to boost the performance of your firefox

Monzilla firefox is one of my favorite browsers which have one feature pipelining which really make it really fast than another browser. By default it is disable, so make it enable to get good results.

Enable pipelining and increase pipelining maxrequests

Like in processors pipelines concept is there to fast execution of instructions so processor ultimately execute programs fast. Same concept is used in firefox to get fast result.

Open your firefox browser, type about:config in address bar. Then you will get filter option, type network in filter .then find network.hhtp.pipelining option in below list and make it enable by changing its value false to true. Just below that second option is network.http.pipelining.maxrequests, change its value 4 to 10 to increase pipeline maximum requests.

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2 Responses to “How to boost the performance of your firefox”


  1. 1 Flint
    April 27, 2008 at 12:29 pm

    This is only 1?

    This guy posted 12 tips on how to increase (Same – about:config tweaks)

    check it out

    http://www.anewmorning.com/2008/04/27/12-tips-tweaks-on-how-to-increase-your-firefoxs-speed/

    flint

  2. April 27, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    @flint
    hye buddy first of all thanks.Yes i wrote only 2 things because i knew how it really works.
    you send me that link ,just look at the 5th option and tell me, we are using ipv4 or ipv6
    concept yet for generating ip addresses ?? it will increase the speed of your browser , i
    don’t think so.
    Please read my another post to boost speed of any browser with cache.
    http://quicktechtips.wordpress.com/2008/04/23/boost-your-any-browser-with-cache


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