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Flash Plays Very Laggy/slow In Firefox. [from Other Browsers]


You could probably keep Silverlight safely disabled in that case, though Amazon Instant Video does have a pretty nice Silverlight player (they'll default you to a not-as-good Flash player otherwise, so Find the extension you want to disable and click the Disable button to the right of the description. run: firefox.exe -p and create a new fresh clean profile. Re: Flash player - slow and laggy ghostlamer Feb 2, 2015 4:28 PM (in response to jeromiec83223024) i add my bug in adodbe bug database Bug#3931820 - Flash player 16,

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]yahyoh[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)but it shouldn't slow the whole browser!! Also wanted to add that I'm using Windows 8 (Release Preview) and my PC runs on x64, since Firefox runs on x86 maybe this could have something to do, but I'm For Firefox and Opera, we ran our tests without Flash installed, then downloaded the plugin from Adobe’s site. For Edge, some redemption Of all the features that Microsoft highlighted with Edge—its Web Notes, Cortana, the Reading View—the one that jumps out, now, is its ability to toggle Flash off

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This can include malware and spyware that infects your Chrome installation and makes things much slower than it should. Firefox is always updating something just when I need it most. But as a long-time, avid user of Adblock, my experience is just the opposite of what I read above. If you really want to complain about imperfect service call any government agency you choose, you will of-course be put on hold listening to a recording, those morons get paid heavily.

I finally just got fed up with Google's we know best what our end users want attitude and went back to Firefox on all our computers here in the office.

January You can follow him on Twitter or Google+. You should know by now that installing Flash equals a security risk. Flash Player Running Slow Chrome If you have two programs that act the way Chrome does then your resources will be gone in minutes.

After long use Firefox starts to lag like crazy with Flash. Flash Player Lag Firefox Memory consumption is much less in Chrome that FF. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. stopped supporting flash ?

optimized windows browser with the firefox engine (gecko) All add-ons working and still fast ! Flash Player Slow Firefox Now the important question is, WHY do you keep it as such by default? On the Clear Recent History dialog box click the down arrow to the left of Details. We'll have to track down a machine with that specific graphics chipset (which is why I wanted the dxdiag) and reproduce the problem under a C++ debugger to definitively understand what's

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All this data collects in the history database, and that database can get very large. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Go to original post Actions More Like This Retrieving data ... Disable Protected Mode In Flash If Chrome was the browser backed by Mozilla instead of Google, I bet you would be defending it. Flash Player Lagging Chrome If Firefox’s performance is suddenly improved, the problem is likely an extension.

Most of them have all sorts of embedded ads and trackers, which the sites use to track you, create a profile, and sell you stuff. You’re probably clearing your browser cache, and it’s slowing down your browsing.

January 13, 2015 Tom Wilson windows4ever: Except cached images and files. And... Any suggestions? Flash Games Lagging Firefox

Here’s why you should. Ads everywhere and popups in my face, that sort of thing. Google is not Apple. The security admin finally came over to ask what I was doing, and my answer was "I'm just reading tech blogs!"

January 12, 2015 Experiences sure do vary.

So back to dom.ipc.plugins.asyncdrawing.enabled set to false.Tested on Firefox 49.0.2 64-BIT / Windows 7 64-BITEDIT- As I understand by reading comments, the issue would be that of Mozilla Firefox on 64-BIT Adobe Flash Player Running Slow On Firefox Plus there is always the slim possibility of an error or file corruption causing the issues with the database. You don't seem like you know jack about flash games, so please shut your trap and stop trying to provoke people.

Chrome does load pages slightly faster than Firefox does, I don't deny that.

Reply Anonymous October 26, 2016 at 8:29 pm # Ditto, Doc. We work closely with nVidia and both nVidia and Adobe test Flash Player with a wide array of their chipsets. It’s easy to solve this problem. Disable Protected Mode In Flash 11.3 And Later geek: If Chrome was the browser backed by Mozilla instead of Google, I bet you would be defending it.

that is so absurd that it should sound like an exaggeration, but it is not one. It's also explained in Bugzilla:> For win32, we can disable async rendering with this system add-on/hotfix; For win64 there are bigger code changes, so we'd need to ship a full release I also put together a blog post that outlines how you can get rid of these slow add-ons if you’re interested: Reply Tina May 19, 2011 at 8:19 pm Thank If you haven’t been using the browser for some time, it’s not likely that this will solve your Firefox woes.

Frankly, all the messaging I’ve seen from Microsoft—and the reviews, to boot—have focused on its performance on a few canned benchmarks, rather than real-world browsing performance. I'm now on 14.0.1 - we'll see if that's any better. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]minidarknova -3 points-2 points-1 points 1 year ago(4 children)It's flash itself honestly, FF stopped using and supporting Flash for last 2-3 versions. Re: Flash player - slow and laggy ghostlamer Feb 20, 2015 2:48 PM (in response to jeromiec83223024) But in firefox all fine, accelerated video rendering and accelerated video decoding, i


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