asked 4 years ago viewed 28668 times active 2 years ago Linked 1 CPU spikes to 100% when trying to watch video 241 Flash video appears blue 7 Can't change Flash Disable the FF add-ons, and it is unusable - many are necessary to get back the way it "used to work" before they broke it. But it worked for me. –zulu34sx Jul 10 '16 at 19:21 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign My external hard drives run without any noise, but if you touch them they are warm.
For myself, closing out the entire browser instance is generally far too impactful to my workflow, so I can only use Firefox as relief for when my Chrome tabs become too Maybe e10 development may show up something. The add-ons checker didn't find a lot. One solution is to block media you don't want to see in the first place.
Check hardware acceleration is turned on and your graphic drivers are up-to-date. If your problem still isn't solved, a custom theme could be causing problems. i had this page open and youtube playing a track for a test. Firefox High Cpu Usage Windows 10 Boris April 8, 2015 at 6:46 pm # 1200 - 1600 open tabs at the same time?
Reply David Pro April 9, 2015 at 12:53 pm # Not everyone has a lot of RAM!!! Reply David Pro April 8, 2015 at 6:19 pm # These are the extensions that i use! Stop struggling with Mozilla. Looking again at AdFender, once it works like a firewall ( inspecting AND MODIFYNG http packets to remove blacklisted items ) it should be open source.
Microsoft Office 2013,,VLC Web Plugin,...). Plugin Container For Firefox High Memory ID du périphérique Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 0x300) ID du vendeur VMware, Inc. Memory minimization usually removes 10%, but it is back in few minutes. Works fine for me!
All this started about a year ago with another low-end computer, hence the switch to a new one. Reply, If you know any of the following extensions that can be causing memory leaks!!!Software:Firefox 37.0.1 (20150402191859) OS:WINNT (x86-msvc)-Addon List Dumper (restartless) 0.1 -AutoAuth 2.1 -BehindTheOverlay 0.1.1 -Bluhell Firewall 2.5.1 -BugMeNot Firefox Uses Too Much Memory Reply Boris April 9, 2015 at 5:18 am # And nobody can blame somebody else but Mozilla for overloading on side projects like "Hello" instead of providing basic functionality that more Firefox Plugin Container High Cpu So far it's the best of the 3.
And I'm talking an old Dell with only 4GB RAM running x64 Mint. http://blackplanetsupport.com/cpu-usage/view-cpu-usage-ubuntu.html And very significantly. Earlier, with 10.10 my CPU usage was CPU1: 8% & CPU2: 6~7% [email protected] Graphic Card- ATI Radeon HD4850 and I have the latest ATI drivers installed. Freezes on ever page for 2 seconds showing "Filters activated". Firefox Cpu Usage Per Tab
Expressing large numbers in dialogue? Firefox Cpu Usage 100 Percent Browse other questions tagged firefox performance or ask your own question. i have installed the " Tab Memory useage plugin" this is showing me what tabs are using the levels of memory, this is great and very useful..
Upgraded to the latest and CPU is back to less than 10%. For more information on starting Firefox in Safe Mode and on how to find which extension or theme is causing your problem, see Troubleshoot extensions, themes and hardware acceleration issues to Reply Boris April 8, 2015 at 5:50 pm # I can one up you. Firefox High Cpu Usage Youtube Reply David Pro April 9, 2015 at 1:06 pm # Yes, it may seem that firefox might be using a lot less RAM but, the browser becomes extremely sluggish!!!
This is due to how they're each architected. My CPU fan instantly quieted down after I followed your tip. –kakyoism Jun 22 '13 at 2:03 How to do that (cache or buffer)? –shgnInc Dec 11 '13 at I don't think CPU throttling or fans are the culprit, I frequently run some pretty heavy scientific computations. –JaredL Oct 9 '15 at 6:40 Think I'll try safe mode http://blackplanetsupport.com/cpu-usage/get-cpu-usage-in-ubuntu.html much memory averaging at about 1GB per user.
Update your plug-ins next, then test them individually by adjusting their behavior. removing adblock etc even going into "about;config" to rectify and slim down thing..so what on earth is going on?? Apparantly my comment was edited to make the f in firefox uppercase or something. –Sonickyle27 Jun 25 '15 at 16:44 1 I've experienced something similar when I'm running VMWare -- I mean, firefox was in part the culprit so i downloaded Opera, but the fans still where max on.
See if there is an entry called browser.cache.disk.capacity. The tool is developed and the site is apparently run by a company called AdFender Inc, yet their business information is not listed anywhere and the domain registry information is hidden I've uninstalled Flash and don't binge watch YouTube or sit on FaceSpace all day. The CPU/RAM usage is relative to various other factors: page load, plugin efficiently coded, tabs, flash player, ...
For whatever reason my CPU usage for FF is over 120% and sometime higher making my computer heat up and making the fan go crazy. In my opinion, it works better than AdBlock Plus and Ghostery do together. Developer Edition comes tuned for web developer's needs and with a custom theme. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]WankingWanderer[S] 1 point2 points3 points 11 months ago(0 children)Thanks so much, CPU% is below 20% now.
But the culprit was and still is FF and there seems to be nothing one can do about it. –karvonen Jun 1 '16 at 8:13 1 Chrome (total spyware) is For the casual internet user, this lightweight, elegant design is worth a try. On other hand, who uses Panorama, Hello or other Firefox "exclusive" features? I am assuming that you have sufficient RAM on your computers, have an upto date virus definitions and firewall in place.
Unbranded builds are meant for extension and addon developers. Oh, and I am a Firefox Hello user.