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sean1234

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I am currently running Mozilla Firefox 1.0.2 on a Windows Xp Home computer. I am using a dial-up internet connection and was wondering how I could make Firefox faster?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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keithy397

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There is a tweak you can perform in about:config but it's far easier to install this Tweak Network extension.

Firefox Speed Tweak - Some bedtime reading!!
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Alright. Thanks alot.
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hey sean im also on a slo dial up here in the mtns of cali, ive tried it as well as firetune and did not notice any improvments at all, if your running slow try going into computer managment. service and applications,services.and you can disable things that you dont need also check out www.blackviper.com. it shows what is and isnt critical in the winxp os.also do you use adblock if not install it you can surf way faster as it blocks most add from loading cheers :tazz:
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