By default, Firefox
loads plug-ins in a separate process called plugin-container.exe
, which is meant to keep the main Firefox process (firefox.exe
) unscathed in the event of a plug-in error or crash.
is known for being resource intensive (CPU and RAM). But fortunately, it can be disabled without disrupting the browser's operation.
Optimize Firefox for Low CPU and RAM Usage
in the address bar and press Enter
. When prompted, click on I'll be careful, I promise!
to proceed to the preferences window:
Search for an entry that reads dom.ipc.plugins.enabled
and set its value to False
Close the preferences window and restart Firefox
to apply your new changes.
Published by deri58
Latest update on February 11, 2016 at 10:31 AM by jak58.