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Re: do you find old firefox is better than new one?



On Mon, 17 Dec 2018 11:39:31 +0000 (UTC)
Long Wind <longwind2@yahoo.com> wrote:

>  Thank Stefan!  i'll try 60.4.0 tomorrow. 

Don't use Firefox-esr myself, although it's installed and up-to-date as
a back up. Use Firefox Quantum 64.0. No issues, but no add-ons or
extensions installed other than the defaults and Abdobe flashplayer for
those sites that require it.  My primary browser is Chrome with minimal
plugins.  I like to keep things simple. Less problems. Use Stretch.

B


>     On Monday, December 17, 2018, 7:19:59 PM GMT+8, Stefan K <shadow_7@gmx.net> wrote:  
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>  #yiv7133287840 p, #yiv7133287840 li {white-space:pre-wrap;}
> Hi Long Wind,
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> I use 60.4.0esr on Debian Stretch on a Lenovo T460, bevor I use Google Chrome (cause it can handle a lot of open tabs, and use for every tab a seperate process). With the 60.4.0esr everything works fine, at the moment I've more than 70 tabs open (in my "main" firefox window) and everything works fine. 
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> At the moment I don't use Chrome anymore, cause since FF Quantum, Mozilla did a great job with that. It's fast, never crashed and it just working. A hint: I delete all my .mozilla-files before, so I started with a "fresh" firefox profile. I guess thats a reason why I dont have problems ;)
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> best regards
> 
> Stefan
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> On Sunday, December 16, 2018 9:32:07 AM CET Long Wind wrote:
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> i have 52.9.0 and 45.9.0, both for stretch
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> new one often becomes unresponsive, 
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> and i have to close it and restart it
> it often happens when i first start it
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> maybe some function/service is blocked in China
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> it seems it's doing something impossible, and takes much cpu resource 
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> but old firefox also face blocking
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> i can't describe it in more details or reproduce problem
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