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Tweak Firefox
Monday, July 7, 2008
kepada pengguna firefox

nih masa aku tengah surf tenampak article nih so aku pun experimen laaa pastuh pergh.. loding webpage giler laju..


1) Surf to "about:config".
2) You will see a new place to type named "Filter". Here you should type in
"network.http"
3) The list of stuff will have shortened significantly. Look for the rows named
"network.http.pipelining" and "network.http.proxy.pipelining". Doubleclick on these so that their value changes from "false" to "true".
4) In this list, you will also find a row named "network.http.pipelining.maxrequests", doubleclick on this and type in "30" in the popup box and click ok.
5) After you have done this, rightclick on some empty space in this list and choose "new -> Integer". In the first box that pops up, type
"nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and hit ok. You will then be presented with yet another box, in this you type "0" and hit ok.
6) Restart firefox.

You have now enabled a feature called "HTTP Pipelining" which in essence should do something like downloading the page your viewing in several parts at once instead of just one part. The speedup comes from that if the server is slow, you can download many parts at once, adding the speed of those together instead of having to wait for the entire page to load through the slow connection.

This will not speed your internet connection up if you're on dialup, sorry. This thing helps you utilize more of your bandwidth, it does not create additional bandwidth for you. Also, if the servers you're surfing to are already fast, they will not become much faster.

The second thing this does is eliminate the delay that firefox has in rendering your webpage. Firefox has a built-in delay of approximately one second in which it waits for the webserver to download the page before it starts drawing it out on the screen. This "nglayout" thing you did eliminates that delay and tells firefox to begin drawing the page for you immediatly.


Try jgn tak try... result dier mmg boleh nampak happy
posted by adee @ SiR QiErA @ qiera @ 1:54 PM  
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