Optimize FireFox for faster browsing

Fast loading web pages while surfing the Internet may have more to do with your web browser settings and preferences than your Internet connection speed.Try these easy Firefox tweaks and you’ll see that you’re surfing the Internet from 3 to 30 times faster!

To get started, open your Firefox web browser. In the address/location bar type “about:config” and then press your Enter key.

1. Type in network.http.pipelining in the filter bar. Then double-click on the line under Preference Name in order to change the value from false to true.

2. Again type in network.http.pipelining.maxrequests in the filter bar. Then double click on the line and change the value from 4 to a higher number anywhere from 10 to 30.

3. Typing in network.http.proxy.pipelining and double clicking on the result you can change the value frome false to true. Do it.. :D

4. In the Filter bar type network.protocol-handler.external.ms-help. Now, you are going to create a new Preference Name with an Integer Value. To do this, right-click on this line under Preference Name and select New, then Integer.

firefoxtricks7In the New Integer value box type in nglayout.initialpaint.delay and click OK. Then in the Enter Integer value box type 0 (that’s a zero) and click OK.

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5. In the Filter bar again type network.protocol-handler.external.ms-help. Now, you are going to create another new Preference Name with an Integer Value. To do this, right-click on this line under Preference Name and select New, then Integer. In the New Integer value box type in content.notify.backoffcount and click OK. Then in the Enter Integer value box type 5 and click OK.

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6. In the Filter bar again type network.protocol-handler.external.ms-help. Now, you are going to create another new Preference Name with an Integer Value. To do this, right-click on this line under Preference Name and select New, then Integer. In the New Integer value box type in ui.submenuDelay and click OK. Then in the Enter Integer value box type 0 (that’s a zero) and click OK.

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Now thats it. I’m not telling you anything, just see the difference for yourself. ;-)

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