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Unread 23-08-2013, 08:11 AM   #1
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How to Make Mozilla Firefox Fast

HI friends…
If you are Mozilla Firefox browser is working slowly, here are the tips using that you can make it fast again.
· Remove the plugins – check your plugin list and if you are not using the plugin, disable or remove it.
· Remove the extensions – also check the extentions and removed it if you are not using any particular.
· Delete the browser history, cache, saved passwords, forms etc.

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