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Mozilla writes about Firefox 54 and Electrolysis, but when I installed Firefox 54 64-bit on Windows 10, multiprocess was disabled. After I had enabled it, there was only one content-process. I had to increase the number of processes.

Since the last time I looked at Firefox on Windows, the content-process’ integrity level has been changed from medium to low. It is still not run as a job object. It is at level one: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Sandbox#Windows
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Mozilla writes about Firefox 54 and Electrolysis, but when I installed Firefox 54 64-bit on Windows 10, multiprocess was disabled. After I had enabled it, there was only one content-process. I had to increase the number of processes.

Since the last time I looked at Firefox on Windows, the content-process’ integrity level has been changed from medium to low. It is still not run as a job object. It is at level one: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Sandbox#Windows

Did you try to make that process number to 999  >:-D
I am sure Firefox is still lagging  :-TD I am very good at install-uninstall Firefox after every release and promises from them!
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No, only ten, up from one.

Firefox is moving in the right direction, but it is moving quite slowly.
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Firefox 54.0.1: “Today’s release is the first to run Firefox using multiple operating system processes for web page content, making Firefox faster and more stable than ever. Learn more about how multiple processes strike a ‘just right’ balance between performance and memory use on the Mozilla Blog. Dive into the details (including performance benchmarks) on Medium.”
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Installed Firefox Nightly today, I have to say I was surprised :o
It is snappier than before and it makes me feel faster on pages. It blocks the all legacy add ons I used to use.
I refresh the Firefox and only added Privacy Badger (compatible with 57+) :-TU

I will stick with it now.. with no adblockers JoWa  ;) I started to give chance for our free and open web!
(note: built-in tracker protection enabled)

If you want to try it here are they:
https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/nightly/all/
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https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/privacy-badger17/
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It blocks the all legacy add ons I used to use.
I refresh the Firefox and only added Privacy Badger (compatible with 57+) :-TU
HTTPS Everywhere as WebExtension.
I guess you have already found that Privacy Badger 2 lets you export and import your data.
I will stick with it now.. with no adblockers JoWa  ;) I started to give chance for our free and open web!
(note: built-in tracker protection enabled)
Nice. Together we will force all advertising companies to follow Adzerk and honour DNT. Any millennium now.
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HTTPS Everywhere as WebExtension.
I guess you have already found that Privacy Badger 2 lets you export and import your data. Nice. Together we will force all advertising companies to follow Adzerk and honour DNT. Any millennium now.

Added HTTPS Everywhere  :-TU

Badger caught a few trackers and Firefox's built-in tracker protection can block some ads on pages (They are 100% tracking ads for sure) I started to see some ads but I am trying to use to see them (for all our goodness) :-\

Feeling better now while thinking "I am hellping the web!"  :a0
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What happened to Firefox 55‽

https://metafluff.com/2017/07/21/i-am-a-tab-hoarder/
It is very nice to see some improvements  :-TU I was really impressed by Firefox 56 Nightly. The browser is really responsive. I am not "1691 tabs user".. but stats show Firefox is doing good  :-TU My computers is more than 10 years old  :( on newer  machines Firefox must be smoother browser ever.
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I guess you have already found that Privacy Badger 2 lets you export and import your data.

I didn't know that Privacy Badger 2 existed. Is it beta?

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I didn't know that Privacy Badger 2 existed. Is it beta?

:)
It is a great tool and must have  :-TU It only blocks the tracker ads. Badger forces advertisers to show you better and respectful ads.
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Yes you are.

1.x and 2.x were version numbers for Firefox. The first stable version of 2.0 was 2016.12.8 for Chrome. Now the Firefox version too uses release date as version number. Now, 1.x and 2.x can be used to refer to milestones rather than exact versions.

HTTPS Everywhere for Firefox is going the same way, with the switch to WebExtension.
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