I don't read Japanese so the screen capture is useless to me.
It appears you have the Firefox Extension Session Manager installed. This keep track and restore your session.
With that information, the record of session or tab is hold by DAVEYBETS WITH 10,554 tabs or JUSTINBANK WITH 11,411 Tabs.
Most Mozilla Firefox Tabs Open At Once | World Record | The French One
Further examination of picture and video indicated that were achieved in the Mac environment.
I am a man of modest means, anything more than 10 tabs will confuse my simple mind.
Thanks for your reply. It was truly an educational experience!
Last edited by snoopy51; 20 Jan 2016 at 17:54.
Currently I only use 7 extensions on my 32 bit FF. When I first launch it, FF usually takes 5 secs to open. When I restart it, it takes 2 - 3 secs to open, no more. Its blazingly fast.
If youre using the 64 bit version keep in mind that benchmarks compared to FF 32 bit show that the 64 bit isn't as fast as its 32 bit equivalent on most of the tests used. But the difference isn't that huge. Despite the small discrepances which measure in the milliseconds you shouldn't be experiencing much latencies at all.
Its possible that you may be using a VM which is known for creating all sorts of latency issues for all browsers across the board, let alone other programs, even those made for the host o/s believe it or not.
Its also plausible that you may possess registry conflicts if you modified that part of your system which may not only hamper FF now but may worsen it in due course of time. Or, you may have some conflicting extensions at start up.
I love these pointless polls as they never reflect true reality.
According to results here, Firefox is way ahead but it is absolutely obvious that Firefox does not have anything like the market share of Chrome for example.
You always find niche enthusiasts immediately respond (like religious zealots trying to spread the word), but the majority of users generally cannot be bothered to respond.
i thought at least u can see the number 10 windows 2000+tabs
because other than that, i dont know how to show it to u, even i make screenshot of my desktop that showing 10 FF windows, it wouldnt show all tabs because each windows only showing 10 tabs
anyway about browsing behaviour... some people can say its bad, unefficient or such...
but for me, i just do what work good for me, even though i dont think its good too
well my browser is up as soon as i log-in to my pc, and my pc up most of the time
so basically my browser just running all along on my system
i use multi-display, other than for working, well i dont really use it for gaming, but i use those for like dedicated "browser display"
so yeah current enviroment probably making me keeping lots tabs, as the browser just stay on my screen, after i go thru pages, i keep some that i still need... then staying there for some time, thats why the tabs growing i guess...
so whatever u can insist what u believe but i am not new to software troubleshooter either
but like i said (or what u said in last part of ur post), its within the firefox itself... i am guessing its caused by the way addons work
because if i disable all addons especially page filtering addons (noscript+adblocker) it load much faster...
but nowdays, i wouldnt dare to surf thru pages without adblock + script blocker
and the load time is improved in recent version (ever since 40+) indeed..
for 64bit, i did try it, but for now i still need java ... so even i am better with 64bit as i can utilize more memory
i still back to 32bit .... i did try waterfox but i got no different peformance, so i back to vanilla 32bit
havent tried palemoon though
well even it slow load, after it load, it run good and nice ...
while FF loading i can use other browser incase i need quick load anyway
so its doesnt brother me much...
FF-pick a flavor, using cyberfox, Chrome, TOR
Just pointing out that such polls always give a biased view of reality ie result shows preference of enthusiasts, and of course, you cannot stretch that result to the general population. I seriously doubt that even if you could get every tenforum user to participate, that firefox would be in the lead at all.