Speed Up Your Mozilla Browser

1. Run your Firefox. Type in “about:config” into the address bar and press Enter. Scroll down the page and look for “network.http.pipelining“, “network.http.proxy.pipelining” and “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests“. You can also use the filter bar to search for these three entries.
Double click “network.http.pipelining” and “network.http.proxy.pipelining”. The “False” value will automatically change to “True” Value.

2. Double click “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests”, change the integer value in the pop-up window to 30. By entering 30, this means it will make 30 requests at once to the responding  server.

3. Finally, just select any of the browsers and do a right-click. Select “New” followed by “Integer”. There is a small pop-up box which requires you to enter the preference name. Just type in “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0″ in a subsequent pop-up box. This signifies to the browser to act immediately on the information it receives without waiting for any lapse of time.

Your Firefox browser will be much faster after you have made the aforesaid. 


  1. Hey man man.... again but sorry can't help!! The maxrequests for pipelining FF supports is 8 setting it to any large number is pointless. IT is imp to understand pipelining...pplng 8 reqs at same timemeans FF will mak 8 reqs at a tym to server to recieve diff parts of site and then combine them at pc to give a full site... but the action is like 8 diff pc asking diff parts of site.. now this reduces bandwidth of one single request...for dial-up connection pplng even smetimes reduces browser speed though increasing accuracy...but the main point speed is compromised. Pipelining in a shared network is dangerous even it is dangerous for servers as they have to handle so many reqs at same time.. think of so many ppl requesting same page 8 times thoughsite has 100 viewers it has to handle 800 reqs.... This is reason why FF supports nly 8 reqs if it supported 30 server will be down for sure with 3000 reqs....so plz...broadbanders set it 8 npz... dialups 1 is rocking

    rather edit nglayout.initialpaint.delay to 0 it will reduce tym of FF acting on info it recieved from server


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