Method 2. Open Firefox and click the Tools menu.
You should see Tools along the top of the Firefox window. If you don't, press Alt to make it visible. Click the Content tab. The Content tab is a hub of options that affect the fonts, languages, and media that your Firefox browser can display.
The option differs depending on the type of computer you use. Method 3. Firefox uses add-ons, extensions, and plugins interchangeably to refer to downloadable programs you can use to customize your browsing experience.
Click Extensions and look over your list of add-ons. Disabled extensions appear grayed out, and bear a label that reads Disabled next to them. Enabled extensions appear more colorful. Click an enabled extension, then click its Disable button. You can also right-click an extension to bring up a menu of options. Click Restart now near the top of the window. If your problem persists, you know that the extension you disabled is not the source. Re-enable the extension whenever you want by selecting it and clicking Enable.
Click Plugins to view your list of active plugins. Plugins run in the background and give Firefox extra functionality, such as the ability to place Skype calls right from your browser. Many issues stem from out-of-date plugins. You can bring your plugins up to speed all at once by clicking Check to see if your plugins are up to date at the top of the Plugins page. Just like with your extensions, disable one plugin at a time to test whether it's the source of Firefox's poor performance. You don't have to restart Firefox after enabling or disabling a plugin. Scroll to the bottom of the plugins list to view disabled plugins.
Firefox sorts your plugins alphabetically and by its status. Disabled plugins sink to the bottom.
Method 4. Remember to press Alt if you can't see the menu toolbar at the top of the screen.
When you're ready, confirm by clicking Refresh Firefox again. As a reminder, refreshing Firefox removes all of the add-ons you use to customize your browsing experience. You can easily re-download those later.
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