If you’ve been heavily using Firefox web browser and noticed decreasing performance, then maybe it’s time for you to try new tool called “SpeedyFox” (Windows only).
What can it do?
Boost Firefox startup in up to 3 times
Speed-up browsing history
Quicker operation with cookies
So how does it work? Continue Reading
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Although it works with every web browser, script author (Ben Firshman) recommends using Chrome, as it’s best suited for such tasks.
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Jeremy Orem has posted an interesting tip on how to speed up Firefox web browser.
All you have to do is paste the following command (as single line) to your console bar (can be accessed via tools > error console):
And hit enter (user interface might freeze for a moment).
As he says, it will vacuum Firefox’s sqllite database which will lead to better browser performance.