Firefox crashing after updating lastest update
He is passionate about all things tech and knows the Internet and computers like the back of his hand.Firefox has been expanding to support features that used to require extra plugins.It can cause issues on the other hand, and one way to find out if hardware acceleration is responsible for that, is to disable it to see if crashes or hangs stop or continue.Disable Protected Mode Protected Mode was added to Flash Player 11.3 and later on Windows Vista and newer versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system.You can download the latest Flash Player version from Adobe.
The following list may help resolve the issues that you are experiencing. Make sure Flash is up to date If you are running an older version of Flash, you may experience crashes or hangs that are resolved in newer versions.The user who came up with the solution suggested to clear two Windows prefetch files every 15 minutes: You can either do so manually, or create a task in the Windows Task Scheduler instead to do so automatically for you.I suggest you try the solution manually first to see if it resolves the issue. The user who posted the solution has created a script that you can run for that purpose.We have published an extensive guide on how to do so here.Disable It used to be easy to disable plugin-container.exe, the file that is run whenever you run plugins such as Flash.What I do not suggest is to downgrade due to the security implications that come along with it.