November 08, 2011

How to Boost the Performance of Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular free and open source web browser descended from the Mozilla Application Suite and managed by Mozilla Corporation. Mozilla Firefox runs on various operating systems including Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac Operating System X, FreeBSD, and many other platforms. While surfing the Internet using Mozilla Firefox as your Web browser, you may experience issues which prevent Web sites from displaying properly or at all, or a failure to navigate to the correct site or intermittent lockups and slow performance. Try clearing the Mozilla Firefox temporary Internet file cache as in most cases clearing the cache will resolve poor performance issues.

Steps to Boost the Performance of Mozilla Firefox

•    Open Mozilla Firefox. In the menu at the top of the Mozilla Firefox browser, click "Tools" and select "Clear Private Data."

•    Uncheck all the checkboxes with the exception of the Cache checkbox.

•    The other selections will delete your browsing history and passwords that the browser automatically enters for you, so confirm that all but the Cache checkbox has been cleared.

•    Click on the "Clear Private Data Now" button and wait a few seconds to allow time for the files that were stored in the cache to get deleted.

•    Click the "X" inside the red square in the upper-right corner of the Mozilla Firefox window to close the Web browser.

\•    Start Mozilla Firefox and test the performance by accessing a couple of your favorite Web sites.

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