Firefox tweaks: Almost all browsers have similar speeds, so the speed actually decreases in how you use the program. If you use the Mozilla Firefox Firefox, the following guide will look very useful to you. Let's see how you can make Firefox faster.
Obviously you should use the latest version of Firefox.
Turn on hardware acceleration
The new Firefox Quantum can become faster than your GPU. However, on too many computers, the feature is not turned on by default.
The last option is the content editing limit. If your computer has a separate GPU and more than 8GB RAM, you can increase the 4 number. Otherwise, leave it at the default value of 4. Generally, 5 is for 16GB RAM, 6 for 32GB RAM, and 7 for 64GB RAM.
Turn off data collection and telemetry
Firefox continuously collects anonymous data about how to use the browser. It then sends this data to its servers to improve browser features. Do not worry, this does not compromise your privacy but makes Firefox slower.
We will need some tweaks:
First, we need to disable data collection in Firefox. From the internal about: preferences and tab on the Privacy & Security tab, find Firefox Data Collection and Use. Uncheck all the boxes you see and finally restart Firefox
Firefox uses Telemetry to send this data. To turn off telemetry, you will need to open the internal address about: config.
About: Config Tweaks
Write or copy and paste about: config to the URL
Click I'll be careful, I promised
Let's change the telemetry settings in Firefox now:
Set browser.download for free.animateNotifications False
Set security.dialog_enable_delay 0
Set network.prefetch-next False (Only on slow internet connections)
Set browser.newtabpage.activity-stream.feeds.false telemetry
Set browser.newtabpage.activity-stream.false telemetry
Set browser.ping-center.false telemetry
Set toolkit.Telemetry.archive.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.bhrPing.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.firstShutdownPing.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.hybridContent.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.newProfilePing.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.reportingpolicy.firstRun false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.shutdownPingSender.enabled false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.unified false
Set toolkit.Telemetry.updatePing.enabled false
Your firefox will already be faster but let's see what else we can do:
Firefox Accessibility Services Turn off accessibility services
Firefox Quantum always keeps track of your browser through Accessibility Services. If you do not need the program's auxiliary technologies, you can turn them off. for bodily harm.
From the internal address about: preferences on the Privacy & Security tab, find Permissions. Select Prevent accessibility services from accessing your browser and do
restart Firefox when prompted.
Use Speed Tweaks for Firefox Quantum
For each browser, there are some tweaks to speed up performance. You could do everything manually or use an easy-to-use extension called Speed Tweaks.
Block common ads by default
Pre-solve DNS entries
Block all images from loading by default
Speed up page rendering while scrolling
Load the mobile version of websites
Discard inactive tabs to save memory
Clear the browser cache
Choose which one you want to use.
Remove the Pocket
In the internal address about: config look for and change the following:
Do you know anything else? We will be glad to see it in the comments.