Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Well, unbelivable how this makes firefox browser much much faster !!!!

Well, Usually when you hear something like what I'm going to tell you,

you say: "Haaa. bullshit"

well, any way that what I said to my self.

do this:

in the url enter: about:config

this is not new, this is the advanced configuration for firefox, you can change there any thing!

1. right click on an empty area, click new->integer

enter: "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" for the name

enter 15 for the value

2. go to "network.http.pipelining" and double click it

goto "network.http .proxy.pipelining" and double click it also

goto "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests" and enter the value 15 (you can even enter 30)

ok, what will it do?

nglayout.initialpaint.delay = 1, will change the default firefox wait for page rendering from 250ms to 15ms, i tried 0, but then i got

errors when trying to view pages.

network.http.pipelining + network.http .proxy.pipelining = true, well, this one do magic, instead of waiting for each http request

firefox send, and then send another and so on until the page display, it will parallel it.

network.http.pipelining.maxrequests = 15, as you can guess, this will tell how many parallel requests can firefox do.


you are all welcome to kiss me later...


1 comment:

Oded Maimon said...

well, after having this set for a few day, I Can tell you to be careful with the nglayout.initialpaint.delay parameter, it can cause pages to not be displayed, i dont realy know why this happens, but when changin this parameter to a larger value makes the page appear.