On Fri, 2007-12-07 at 14:18 +0100, yordy wrote:
> firefox always keep freezes for various seconds when start for a first
> time in every session,
Amongst other reasons, here's *some* reasons why Firefox *may* take ages
* You have a homepage set, and Firefox is set to load it at start
up, that takes ages to load or render.
* You have a configuration preference set to check for updates to
Firefox, and/or add-ons to Firefox, and/or search engine
* You have RSS bookmarks, and it's checking them for updates.
* You have a large cache, and it's checking through it.
* You've updated Firefox, and it checks through the add-ons before
starting, the first time after an update.
As a first step, I'd go through your Firefox preferences, and make
changes where it seems appropriate, thinking carefully about what you're
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