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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Test the memory load of the browser with a direct command.(Firefox)

             You often have a feeling that your system becomes slower when you open Firefox with few important tabs in the background. You want to get to the bottom of it.
             Type ‘about:memory’ in the address bar and press Enter in order to get information about how much memory Firefox has reserved and how much memory is the browser actually using at the moment. You can get cache information on the screen with the command about:cache. You will come to know where Firefox buffers its data (RAM, hard disk and network), how memory space is utilised on the whole and how much memory is still unused. If you want to know this in detail, you need to also know which entries are saved. They are listed as links on request (click the link).


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