The best thing about this is,You can have all the features of Firefox and some cool features of Safari at the same time.
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There was a time when all the internet cafes and office computers had only Internet Explorer installed. Few of us Firefox fans missed our Firefox running home computer very much at that time. Luckily now almost every computer has Firefox installed so we don’t have to worry about missing all those invaluable features like tabbed browsing, keyboard short cuts etc.
But there’s another problem. We miss all our favorite Extensions Book marks and themes when we are outside. Don’t worry theres a nice way we can solve that problem.read more at the CyberCapital.Org
A worker has taken this photo (in 2003) on the way to MSCopy, the print shop he worked, which was in the same building as MS’s shipping and receiving). Three palettes of Dual 2.0Ghz G5’s on their way in to somewhere deep in the bowels of Redmond. The guy was Fired by Microsoft for taking this photo.-SeeJay
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You may be thinking that you have done all the things to stop this nasty habit of Firefox. But have you tried this? I’ve done this is Firefox 184.108.40.206 but this will work with all the other versions of Firefox. Ok! here’s the trick.
1. Type about:config in the address bar and press Enter to get the Firefox expert configuration page.
2. Type browser.cache.disk.capacity in the Filter text box.
3. Modify the value to 16384
4. Restart Firefox and there you go!
After doing this, CPU usage for Firefox should stay under 10%