Mozilla Firefox or other browsers

Is there any way how to make browsers more custom than they are? Making them use less addons and resources? I want to push my Mozilla Firefox to minimal system requirements. What can you suggest?

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  1. You can make changes to browsers but there isn't gonna be much of a difference in terms of performance. Why would you want to do that if I may ask?
  2. ahmeday2012 said:
    You can make changes to browsers but there isn't gonna be much of a difference in terms of performance. Why would you want to do that if I may ask?


    I want to have one browser on my PC that can start fast and load almost minimum from web pages.
  3. domining said:
    ahmeday2012 said:
    You can make changes to browsers but there isn't gonna be much of a difference in terms of performance. Why would you want to do that if I may ask?


    I want to have one browser on my PC that can start fast and load almost minimum from web pages.


    Go with Google Chrome. Its the best browser for me and the fastest I have seen so far.
  4. ahmeday2012 said:
    domining said:
    ahmeday2012 said:
    You can make changes to browsers but there isn't gonna be much of a difference in terms of performance. Why would you want to do that if I may ask?


    I want to have one browser on my PC that can start fast and load almost minimum from web pages.


    Go with Google Chrome. Its the best browser for me and the fastest I have seen so far.


    Have you tried any of less-known browsers? Like Maxthon cloud or Nightly? (but Nightly, I think, is build on Mozilla browser)
  5. domining said:
    ahmeday2012 said:
    domining said:
    ahmeday2012 said:
    You can make changes to browsers but there isn't gonna be much of a difference in terms of performance. Why would you want to do that if I may ask?


    I want to have one browser on my PC that can start fast and load almost minimum from web pages.


    Go with Google Chrome. Its the best browser for me and the fastest I have seen so far.


    Have you tried any of less-known browsers? Like Maxthon cloud or Nightly? (but Nightly, I think, is build on Mozilla browser)


    Nope. I generally use Google Chrome followed by Mozilla Firefox followed by Internet Explorer 10. What I like about these ones are that they have pretty much all the features that I need based on work and other stuffs that i use it for. And they have alot of addons to use aswell.
  6. re-install your computer or install an older version of firefox on ftp.mozilla.org
    and also I prefer chromium on google chrome
  7. Pale Moon is an optimized version of Firefox that is specifically designed to run as efficiently as possible.
    Download Link: http://www.downloadbestsoft.com/Pale-Moon.html
    Homepage: http://www.palemoon.org/

    SlimBoat uses a small amount of memory while providing a nice amount of features (It even comes with an Ad blocker and Automatic form filler). It is fast and safe, while sporting a good, albeit not superb, interface.
    Download Link: http://www.slimboat.com/en/dlpage.php
    Homepage: http://www.slimboat.com/en/
  8. Internet Explorer(11) is not as fast but runs quite efficiently(probably because it lacks features).Although I wanted to change browser recently and it seems that it cant properly display some pages,probably because it never gets updated.
  9. Id go with palemoon since your pretty much familiar to firefox. its pretty much a optimized version of firefox with some tweaks here and there for performance. Its optimized on the get go so you pretty much dont have to change the settings according to the developer. Im using palemoon and it doesnt crash or freeze as much as firefox. palemoon isnt the fastest to start but it starts within several seconds so the difference between other browsers is negligble.
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