Thanks to our friend Warez, in the post "How to optimise Windows 7", I did some research looking for different ways to optimise and speed up Firefox. After much to-ing and fro-ing, these are the best ways I've found to get our favourite browser flying free:
- Memory Fox, an extension that is at least necessary for the normal use of Firefox. The function of this extension is none other than to retain the memory consumed by the browser and thus optimise it as far as possible.
- Vacuum Places Improved, it may seem silly, but the defragmentation of the history database and bookmarks gives our RAMs a considerable respite, that's what this extension is for.
– SpeedyFoxIts function is very similar to the previous one, but this one seems to have a more continuous development. Via TecnoBita.
– FireTuneThis is a desktop program without installation that was discontinued due to legal issues but still works like a charm. Its function is none other than to remove functions that, depending on who uses the browser, are totally useless.
- PigFoot, a different form of Firefox designed by fans exclusively to be faster and more efficient than the original.
- Speed up Firefox through about:config.
- Speed up Firefox through about:config 2.
- Start Firefox faster with IniFox.
- How to speed up our browser.
I hope you find these resources useful for speed up your Firefox in an effective way.