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I have had the freeze issues but had them since WF 14 up and FF 14 up also.. I have no idea..

Since I started to use 18.01 WF I crashed once .. thats it

Other then that works fine.

No spike issues on My lappy but its only a I3 with 8 gig ram..(I monitor ram cpu etc) havent had time to test on the desktop I7.

So far working great.. thanks Mr Alex
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Thanks for the new version MrAlex! I'm also experiencing the same ~30% CPU usage spikes that others reported with 18.0.1 for some reason. I'm starting to wonder if it's perhaps an Intel CPU issue for some reason? Unless I missed something, I think they've all been Core i7's that reported the issue so far.

I've been seeing similar CPU spikes (with corresponding 1-2 second freezes when pegging 95+%) on a desktop running Win7 Ultimate on an Core 2 Duo. This is with a large number of tabs (400+) with WF18 memory usage in the upper 2gig range. Didn't see the same spikes with WF15 same usage profile, though it would start to slow down after running for several days.
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You'll also notice the latest nightly for win64 hasn't been updated since the 9th...

That's probably to Mozilla's 64bit discussion, but the last I heard they'll resume building 64bit Nightly sooner or later?
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I didn't want to do it. I installed Cyberfox as watching videos on WF18 was becoming very difficult. There's a lot of improvement. Almost no stutter and no lag. I just wish that WF19 will be alright just like WF16 and earlier.
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Same high CPU usage here with Firefox 18.0.1 or Waterfox 18.0.1 with many tabs (~400 with only 1-5 really opened); I tested with a new profile: same problem. The only thing that improve this is to set javascript.options.methodjit.chrome to false; but still more CPU usage than Firefox 16.0.1 or Waterfox 16.0.1 and micro-freeze on GUI and videos (same thing with new profile and 1-5 tabs). I suspect the new IonMonkey.
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Originally Posted by Marsu24 View Post

That's probably to Mozilla's 64bit discussion, but the last I heard they'll resume building 64bit Nightly sooner or later?
That was the supposed plan, but my guess is without someone building 64 bit variants regularly, quite a few x64 bugs will crop up unnoticed in changes made, and it'll take significantly longer to restart the build process... I just hope it doesn't adversely affect Waterfox 21.
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I have multiple tab groups in WF/FF and they contain lots of tabs in them. Why is it that after cycling through ALL the tab groups, WF or FF will start to lag when I'm browsing even just a single tab (single site). Does anyone experience this?

I have to restart WF/FF for this lag to go away.
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I have multiple tab groups in WF/FF and they contain lots of tabs in them. Why is it that after cycling through ALL the tab groups, WF or FF will start to lag when I'm browsing even just a single tab (single site). Does anyone experience this?

I have to restart WF/FF for this lag to go away.
Most the lag I've experienced in such situations ends up being caused by extensions... That's just personal experience, but "Restarting with Add-ons disabled" would be a place to start.
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Most the lag I've experienced in such situations ends up being caused by extensions... That's just personal experience, but "Restarting with Add-ons disabled" would be a place to start.

The only extension I have is Internet Download Manager. Could that be the culprit?
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Sometimes some websites load only partway(overclock.net for instance). Restarting doesn't make a difference. A CCleaner run seems to clear this though. confused.gif

+rep MrAlex, keep up the good work
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