Don’t Load Tabs Until Selected

Don't Load TabsIs Firefox acting a little slow? There are several little tweaks and fixes you can do to speed the browser up or to change the behavior of the browser so things seem faster.  One of these that many people don’t know about is the option to not load up tabs until they are selected. 

You can find this option from within the Firefox Options screen.  You can get there by clicking on the Firefox icon, then go to Options and then click on Options. Here is what Mozilla says about the topic:

If you set Firefox to use the Session Restore feature to show your windows and tabs from last time, Firefox can take a long time to start if you had lots of websites open the last time you used Firefox. Check Don’t load tabs until selected in the General panel of the Options window so that only the last selected tab is loaded at startup.

So, there you have one more way to make Firefox seem a little faster.  Have any more quick tips? Be sure to share them in the comments!

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2 Responses to Don’t Load Tabs Until Selected

  1. TiredOfClowns Apr/21 at 4:57 pm #

    Why aren’t your webpages DATED with YEAR? And when discussing Firefox or any software, please INCLUDE what VERSION you’re referring to. :(

  2. 喜剧电影 Apr/21 at 8:11 pm #

    博客网速不好哦啊