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									Firefox is the type of browser that is very easy on the modification by the user anywhere. Firefox is one
of the benefits can be used to access the internet faster. We can do a quick internet settings with firefox
modifications. Predictably only slightly change the settings, you can make firefox 2x faster access to
internet.

Here's a quick internet settings in firefox.

A. Enabling Pipelining
Usually the browser works by sending a request to the server and wait for a response before
proceeding. Pipelining is a more aggressive technique that allows the browser to send multiple requests
before receiving any response at the same time to reduce the time needed to download the contents
page. To enable this function type "about: config" in the address box, double-click on
"network.http.pipelining" and "network.http.proxy.pipelining" that value is changed to "true" and then
double-click on "network. http.pipelining.maxrequest "and make the value" 8 ".

Keep in mind that some servers do not serve pipelining. Thus, it is likely that this arrangement would
worsen the performance. Set back everything like the original settings if problems occur.



2. Render with Fast
Large and complex sites can take some time to download. Firefox does not want to keep you waiting, so
by default Firefox will automatically display what he received every 0.12 ******* Although this seemed
to make the browser faster, re-rendering is done continuously improve the total time required to display
the page, we can reduce the number of re-rendering to improve performance.

Type "about: config" and press [ENTER], then right click on the main display and then select "New>
Integer". Type "content.notify.interval" as your preference name, click "ok", enter "500 000" (500
thousand) and click "ok" again.

Right-click again on the tampilandan select "New> Boolean". This time create a value called
"content.notify.ontimer" and set to "True" to complete your task.



3. Faster loading
If you do not move mouse or touch the keyboard for 0.75 seconds, Firefox will get into the mode of "low
frequency interrupt", which means its interface becomes less responsive but can load pages faster.

Type "about: config" and press [Enter], right click on view and select "New> Integer". Type
"content.switch.threshold", click "ok", enter "250 000" (second quarter) and click "ok" to finish.



4. No Interruptions
You can make a step further by telling Firefox to ignore user interface at all events until the page has
finished downloading. Indeed, this is rather extreme because Firefox can become unresponsive for some
time, but it never hurts to try whether the effect is positive for you.

Type "about: config", press [ENTER] and right click, select "New> Boolean". Type
"content.interrupt.parsing", click "ok", set the value to "False" and click "ok".



5. Increase Cache Size
When surfing Firefox will save the images and scripts in the local cache memory in which you can speed
up the retrieval of data when visiting the same site again. If you have a large RAM (2GB or more), leave
Firefox running longer so to re-visit the site pages will be faster, especially with a large cache.

Type "about: config" and press [ENTER], then right click and select "New> Integer". Type
"browser.cache.memory.capacity", click "ok", enter "65 536" and click "ok", then "restart" browser
cache to get new and bigger.



6. Enable TraceMonkey
Is the new TraceMonkey Javascript engine of Mozilla super-fast, in some benchmarks even scored 40
times greater than the current version. Tracemonkey maybe today is in the development stage and is
still a bit buggy, but if you object to use the software under development, get the latest nightly build
(ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk/ ).

Type "about: config" in the address box and press [ENTER]. Type "JIT" in the filter box, and then double-
click "javascript.options.jit.chrome" and "javascript.options.jit.content" to change the value to "true".
Congratulations!, Now you have been using the latest Firefox Javascript engine.



7. Compress Data
If you have a slow internet connection, you may find that Firefox is not performing well. Titus is not
entirely true! Install Java applications toonel.net and it will take over your Internet traffic through its
own servers. All of the data through the server Toonel then compressed so that the data is downloaded
to the browser a little more.

In fact, Toonel also can compress JPEG gamar, but certainly an impact on image quality degradation.
These tips are useful to cut the amount of data transmitted, useful if you have limited internet accounts
per month, or when using a slow Internet connection such as GPRS.

								
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