Speed Things Up With Faster Internet Settings
Would you like Firefox to be faster? If so, here is the faster Internet settings that you will need to change in order to make this possible.
Open up a new Firefox window. This will only take a minute.
Go to the address bar and type in about:config.
This is where you will do some tweaking. At the top their is a box that says Filter
In this box, type in the word network and press Enter.
This will make it easier to find what I want you to look for. After you have done this, scroll down until you find the file network.http.pipelining
All you have to do is double-click on it. This turns it from false to true.
Right below this, there should be a file called network.http.pipelining.maxrequests
Double-click this and change the settings from 4 to 10 and hit OK.
That's all there is to it!
You will notice that your pages will begin to load much faster. By default, Firefox assumes you have dial-up internet. If you do, then this tweak won't do much for you.
But if you have high-speed internet, these settings tweak it so you get the full capabilities that your internet possesses.
The about:config has a lot of power to it if you have never seen it before.
What I like is the fact that everything that isn't the original setting is in bold font.
So if Firefox isn't behaving the way that you think it should, take a look at all of the settings that are in bold.
More then likely, one of these things is the source of your problem.
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