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Now RAM usage is 1821 at this moment, and at this moment it's 1793. Thank you, but if I wake up dead I'll have to retract that.

Half hour later, typing is still real-time responsive, but RAM is up to 4600 MB, so those two aren't linked, but more importantly it's responding in general, and that's including the three pages.

Closing FF57.0 results in an apparent incomplete shut down of the software; while the browser closes on the monitor it is still running in the background and needs a "force quit" (or whatever it's called on Win7). I'll keep an eye on this discussion until there's a fixed release of version 57 before trying it again. enter about:config into the firefox address bar (confirm the info message in case it shows up) & search for the preference named accessibility.force_disabled. I never checked memory usage when I was having the problem with scroll and text commands but the browser was just about unusable now it works fine. Update: Just found the normal way into this setting Click the menu button Fx57Menu and choose Options. So I Googled, found a Mozilla item about it, which says only, in rare circumstances, you could foul up Firefox or the like.

Shut off and later restarted computer, opened Firefox, two of my three pages would not completely load, I wrote an email for almost an hour, and one of the recalcitrant tabs loads, the other is still pinging away, that being the hourly forecast, and RAM usage at the moment was only 2600 MB.

To Refresh Firefox: # Open the Troubleshooting Information page using one of these methods: #*Click the menu button Image: Help-29 and select '' Troubleshooting Information''. I think i'm better off rolling back to 56.0.2 or go to Chrome even though i hate it. I also hate the new FF 57 design, but would have learnt to live with it if it had a good performance like its predecessors and didn't install new feature nobody wants or needs (which might be the actual cause for the lag issue - telemetry, anyone? I just reinstalled 57.0 per instructions above and it took one second to install. Well, without them, it's crept up to 1600, but much more slowly. Ten minutes later, holding steady at 1600 MB RAM without the three pages.

A new tab containing your troubleshooting information should open. The problem is i'm already using the very basic add-ons I can't skip. I updated to FF57.0 on both my Macs and one older PC.

Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance. It has 2-seconds freezes every few seconds, which is majorly annoying. on the new design: - Flat grey folder icons make reading the favorites less comfortable. - In general, let people choose between the beautiful old design and the simplistic (and downright ugly) new design, thank you. Next day: it's three pages that are sending Firefox haywire.

Read this answer in context Try Refreshing Firefox: Hello, The Refresh feature (called "Reset" in older Firefox versions) can fix many issues by restoring Firefox to its factory default state while saving your bookmarks, history, passwords, cookies, and other essential information. I went back to version 56.0.2, which was great (performance- design-wise). It is extremely laggy for me as well, and a fresh re-installation of the browser doesn't solve the problem. - I want to be able to choose the look of my "New tab" home page (I prefer the big preview windows of the pinned sites from before). I opened the ten pages as usual, immediately closed the three pages, RAM leveled off at 800 MB. Next day: it's three pages that are sending Firefox haywire.

The problem is i'm already using the very basic add-ons I can't skip. Peripheral items on the task bar show up but the Firefox homepage does not and the software freezes.

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Shut off and later restarted computer, opened Firefox, two of my three pages would not completely load, I wrote an email for almost an hour, and one of the recalcitrant tabs loads, the other is still pinging away, that being the hourly forecast, and RAM usage at the moment was only 2600 MB.To Refresh Firefox: # Open the Troubleshooting Information page using one of these methods: #*Click the menu button Image: New Fx Menu, click help Image: Help-29 and select '' Troubleshooting Information''. I think i'm better off rolling back to 56.0.2 or go to Chrome even though i hate it. I also hate the new FF 57 design, but would have learnt to live with it if it had a good performance like its predecessors and didn't install new feature nobody wants or needs (which might be the actual cause for the lag issue - telemetry, anyone? I just reinstalled 57.0 per instructions above and it took one second to install. Well, without them, it's crept up to 1600, but much more slowly. Ten minutes later, holding steady at 1600 MB RAM without the three pages.A new tab containing your troubleshooting information should open. The problem is i'm already using the very basic add-ons I can't skip. I updated to FF57.0 on both my Macs and one older PC.Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance. It has 2-seconds freezes every few seconds, which is majorly annoying. on the new design: - Flat grey folder icons make reading the favorites less comfortable. - In general, let people choose between the beautiful old design and the simplistic (and downright ugly) new design, thank you. Next day: it's three pages that are sending Firefox haywire.Read this answer in context Try Refreshing Firefox: Hello, The Refresh feature (called "Reset" in older Firefox versions) can fix many issues by restoring Firefox to its factory default state while saving your bookmarks, history, passwords, cookies, and other essential information. I went back to version 56.0.2, which was great (performance- design-wise). It is extremely laggy for me as well, and a fresh re-installation of the browser doesn't solve the problem. - I want to be able to choose the look of my "New tab" home page (I prefer the big preview windows of the pinned sites from before). I opened the ten pages as usual, immediately closed the three pages, RAM leveled off at 800 MB. Next day: it's three pages that are sending Firefox haywire.The problem is i'm already using the very basic add-ons I can't skip. Peripheral items on the task bar show up but the Firefox homepage does not and the software freezes.

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