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originally posted by: Awen24
Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by Arbitrageur
Hundreds of tabs? If you say so but I'm tired of repeating myself, it's not my PC its Firefox. That's all there is too it.
It's probably part and parcel of your Firefox profile, actually. More often than not, creating a new firefox profile and then reinstalling all of your addons etc. will solve those slowdowns.
originally posted by: interupt42
I have had the same issue, but I narrowed it down to Adobe Flash. One tab and adobe flash and it my cpu spikes and memory goes to lala land. I don't care to much for apple products nor Stebe Jobs but he was correct on telling adobe that they have crappy software.
Hopefully this tech update and html will truly make flash something of the past.
The sandbox is a C++ library that allows the creation of sandboxed processes — processes that execute within a very restrictive environment. The only resources sandboxed processes can freely use are CPU cycles and memory. For example, sandboxes processes cannot write to disk or display their own windows. What exactly they can do is controlled by an explicit policy. Chromium renderers are sandboxed processes.
originally posted by: Swills
Unless Firefox fixes its awful memory problems ill never go back to it. I like to have more than 2 tabs open & Firefox just can't handle it, always crashing and or freezing along with sllllllooooooooooowwww response times! I get so pissed when surfing the web via Firefox cuz of these problems! So they can come up with new shiny things but if it still runs like crap ill never go back!