Posts Tagged ‘about:config’

Firefox gets a Performance Settings Section

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

This sounds like a convenient addition to Firefox, although it doesn’t appear to offer many new functions beyond what is already available via about:config.

Mozilla plans to add a Performance section to the Settings page of the Firefox web browser that allows users to modify some performance related parameters in the UI. The roll-out of Firefox’s multi-process architecture was a big step in the right direction for Mozilla. The architecture separates the browser’s core from sites and applications.


Opening Tabs in Firefox – Configuration Options

Monday, February 28th, 2011

If you’re unhappy with the way that the tabs behave in Firefox 3.6, then check this out …

How do you like your tabs to open in the Firefox web browser? Mozilla has changed the default tab opening behavior in Firefox 3.6 noticeably. Related tabs open to the right of the active tab, while unrelated tabs open at the end of the tab row.