How to Increase the Speed of Mozilla Firefoxby braniac
There is a handy trick to help you vastly increase the loading speed of Mozilla Firefox, one of the most popular Web browsers. Just follow these steps to adjust your settings and streamline this software.
In the address bar, type "about:config" and press enter. Do not include quotation marks.
In the filter field, type "network.http." Find the Boolean labeled "network.http.pipelining" and check its value. If the value is "false," double click this line to change it to "true." This will help reduce page loading time.
Find the Boolean labeled "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests." Double click this line and change the number to eight. The default number is four.
Find the Boolean labeled "network.http.proxy.pipelining." Double click this line to change the value to "true."
Enter "network.dns" in the filter field and find the Boolean labeled "network.dns.disableIPv6." Double click this line to set it to "true."
Right click anywhere in the window, select "new" and then "Boolean" from the menu. In the field that pops up, enter "content.interrupt.parsing." When prompted, set the value to "true." This allows your browser to interrupt page parsing, making it even more efficient.