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Found a plugin that speeds firefox right up

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by wannabie, May 11, 2011.

  1. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Yes, with slow net even this plugin cannot help.
    I try it, but without success. :(
     
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    Just downloaded and yeah, feel better and more faster.
     
  4. SeRf*X

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    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. (NOTE: DON?T TYPE THE BRACKETS.)


    Tweak #1:
    In the Filter bar type [network.http.pipelining]. Then, double-click on this line under Preference Name in order to change the value from false to true.

    Tweak #2:
    In the Filter bar type [network.http.pipelining.maxrequests]. Then, double-click on this line under Preference Name and change the value from 4 to a higher number anywhere from 10 to 30. I set mine to 30.

    Tweak #3:
    In the Filter bar type [network.http.proxy.pipelining]. Then, double-click on this line under Preference Name in order to change the value from false to true.

    Tweak #4:
    In the Filter bar type [network.dns.disableIPv6]. Then, double-click on this line under Preference Name in order to change the value from false to true.

    Tweak #5:
    In the Filter bar type [plugin.expose_full_path]. Then, double-click on this line under Preference Name in order to change the value from false to true.

    Tweak #6:
    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. In 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.

    Tweak #7:
    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.

    Tweak #8:
    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.

    Now, close your web browser and restart it. You?ll see how much faster web pages are loading. I sure did.
     
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  5. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Try some of the tweaks as stated above, have you cleaned the shit out of the browser?
     
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    Thanks wannabie for the share!

    Anyway should any of you want to know where and how to test the browser speed,
    maybe a visit to this link here would benefits you in many ways...

    PS: at least my FF now is better than IE
     
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  7. wannabie

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    Cheers Black :)

    FOr me the plugin done wonders so I am happy at the moment