Posted by Maddi in Firefox
If you want to boost your browser speed, the following information may help you to make it faster with a simple ways. But the following method will working on Mozilla Firefox browser only, its about 20% – 30% faster than before. There are 3 steps:
- Open your Firefox’s browser and type “about:config” (without quotes) in the address bar, then press Enter. Scroll down your mouse and find the following text:
As a default setting, the browser will make one request for each web page at once. When you are enabling the pipelining , it will make a couple web page at once. Then it will make the loading page will be faster than before.
- Change the pipelining setting as the following command:
Network.http.pipelining become “true” (double click)
Network.http.proxy.pipelining become “true” (double click)
Network.http.pipelining.maxrequests set it to “30” which is mean will make 30 requests at once. (double click).
- The last step, right click and select New->Integer. Type “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” (without quotes) in the preference name form, then set it to “0” (null, without quotes).
Well done, you have boost up your Firefox. Good luck to try!