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Originally Posted by TheHunter View Post

I had that bug (xul.dll) with WF13 too, uninstall FF13 and reinstall it again. smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/975626/waterfox-v13-pl1-6-jun-firefox-64-bit/2560_20#post_17436953

I already tried that and I still get the same error message. WP13 PL1 won't even start frown.gif
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hm strange, do you have intel runtime installers? Idk maybe uninstall everything, but make sure to backup stuff :]



As for my problem;
im fine with 11.3 flash player, no more plugin crashes. smile.gif
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Still have flash crashes here with newest Waterfox & Flash versions. It's a lot less annoying than it used to be, happens quicker and only crashes on the one issue item on a page. So, it's gotten better. Still hasn't convinced me to stop using Chrome though unfortunately, because Chrome never crashes. I don't blame waterfox here, it's something up with the main firefox coding cause it happens there too.
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Why when I put WF13 on the start menu it shows me Aurora? thinking.gif
The problem of detection of flash comes perhaps from there?
Someone tried with 64bit palemoon to see?
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Right now WF13 shows that:

Firefox.exe is consuming 4% CPU usage and 970MB of RAM

and

plugin-container.exe shows 12% CPU usage and 512MB RAM.

Is it really normal for plugin-container to take up that much CPU and RAM? The only plugins I have installed are:

Java Deployment Toolkit
Java Platform
Microsoft Office 2010
Shockwave Flash
Silverlight

And I have one extensions: Internet Download Manager

Please shed some light here frown.gif
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Flash 11.3 is giving me interface glitches when watching videos (buttons disappearing, random lines etc.), really annoying so i had to switch back to 11.2, i only have Firefox installed now and i imagine it wouldn't be any better on Waterfox.
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Why when I put WF13 on the start menu it shows me Aurora? thinking.gif
The problem of detection of flash comes perhaps from there?
Someone tried with 64bit palemoon to see?

 

The only reason is says Aura is because that's what a based the older structure of my icons from. (See Mozilla Firefox Branding). It's just branding. And I'm not quite sure I get what the issue is?

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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Right now WF13 shows that:

Firefox.exe is consuming 4% CPU usage and 970MB of RAM

and

plugin-container.exe shows 12% CPU usage and 512MB RAM.

Is it really normal for plugin-container to take up that much CPU and RAM? The only plugins I have installed are:

Java Deployment Toolkit
Java Platform
Microsoft Office 2010
Shockwave Flash
Silverlight

And I have one extensions: Internet Download Manager

Please shed some light here frown.gif

 

Firefox RAM usage is proportional to the amount of RAM installed in the system. Halve your RAM and the same will happen to your RAM usage. There's no harm in using so much RAM, isn't that what you have all that RAM for? tongue.gif

 

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Flash 11.3 is giving me interface glitches when watching videos (buttons disappearing, random lines etc.), really annoying so i had to switch back to 11.2, i only have Firefox installed now and i imagine it wouldn't be any better on Waterfox.

Probably not.

    
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Firefox RAM usage is proportional to the amount of RAM installed in the system. Halve your RAM and the same will happen to your RAM usage. There's no harm in using so much RAM, isn't that what you have all that RAM for? tongue.gif

Yup but the thing is I want it to use the RAM that it is suppose to use. I don't want any RAM leakage as we all do smile.gif

And I'm more concerned of the CPU usage here. Is it normal for plugin-container.exe to take that much CPU resources, even higher than firefox.exe itself?

What I actually notice is that RAM and CPU "leakage" increases while the time WF/FF is open increases. Say if I leave it overnight, when I wake up the RAM and CPU usage gets higher even though it was idle the whole time! There's got to be something wrong there, yes? smile.gif
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Firefox RAM usage is proportional to the amount of RAM installed in the system. Halve your RAM and the same will happen to your RAM usage. There's no harm in using so much RAM, isn't that what you have all that RAM for? tongue.gif

Yup but the thing is I want it to use the RAM that it is suppose to use. I don't want any RAM leakage as we all do smile.gif

And I'm more concerned of the CPU usage here. Is it normal for plugin-container.exe to take that much CPU resources, even higher than firefox.exe itself?

What I actually notice is that RAM and CPU "leakage" increases while the time WF/FF is open increases. Say if I leave it overnight, when I wake up the RAM and CPU usage gets higher even though it was idle the whole time! There's got to be something wrong there, yes? smile.gif


I'm not sure about CPU usage. I only get 1% (2 tabs, 1 playing a flash video). How many tabs do you have open?

    
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I'm really sad that i can no longer use WF as my default browser, due to all the hiccups. How long do you think it will take for all the issues to be fixed MrAlex? I know your trying your hardest to address them, and we thank you for that, an update on how it's going would be nice wink.gif
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