11 Tweaks To Further Accelerate Your Firefox 2.0


Thanks to helpero.com, a website that solves internet problem, they helped increase my firefox surfing speed by 12%. Below are the details of my browser and the 13 tweaks to accelerate your firefox 2.0.

Tested on firefox version

Tested at http://rangit.com.

Recorded load time with Firefox Load Time Analyzer Plugin.


8.703 seconds


7.609 seconds = 12% increase

The Tweaks

  1. Pipelining
  2. Proxy Pipelining
  3. Disable ipv6
  4. Add Content Interrupt Parsing
  5. Add Content Max Tokenizing Time
  6. Add Content Notify Interval
  7. Add Content Notify On Timer
  8. Add Nglayout Initial Paint Delay
  9. Add User Interface Submenu Delay
  10. Add Plugin Expose Full Path
  11. Value should automatically be true.

  12. Add Browser Cache Memory Capacity

How much did it increase for you?


5 thoughts on “11 Tweaks To Further Accelerate Your Firefox 2.0”

  1. On step 5 ‘Add Content Max Tokenizing Time’ not have any integer value image, the new integer value image it’s repeated.

  2. Applied some of the tweaks and noticed just a slight improvement. It would be good to have some explanations of what some of the changes do.

    Not sure if it’s my browser but when i go to the website http://www.hit1million.com the bar on the right goes funny. Is that a browser issue.

  3. I Do not tweak or chang anything in my browser unless I know what

    it does

    What about: right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0″. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives.

    If you’re using a broadband connection you’ll load pages MUCH faster now!

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