Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I have the similar problem, and i must agree with Álvaro G. Vicario. I have mentioned this issue in past reviews, but the developer said 'maybe i am using the settings in correctly'! Yes, the latest Memory Fox add-on is much improved. But, if you leave Firefox idle for a while, upon restarting you are met with a white screen and within a few seconds things return to normal. I have played around with the settings, but it makes no difference. I am running 2 laptops, one with xp and my newest one with Windows 7 Ultimate. Firefox with memory fox on my Windows 7 is far more responsive, and the freeze only happens for seconds. But on my XP, it's freezes for ages forcing me to close Firefox and restart.And, i had to remove from it from XP, and the problems instantly goes away. But, on my Windows 7 i still have it installed, and it does truly speed up a sluggish Firefox and reduces memory usage greatly.
Now IDEVFH, i am not being critical, and i am certainly not using any foul language, just stating fact. So, there is absolutely no need for this review to be removed at all! I genuinely now like this add-on on my Windows 7. But this issue of freezing was far worse in the past, and is getting better. But, the problem is still there, be it only for a few seconds on Windows 7 if you leave your computer unattended. But, if you are constantly using your computer, you will never notice this issue.
P.S. I have also tried disabling all my other 22 add-ons, with Memory Fox being the sole add-on running. But this mentioned issue still occurred.
I would prefer that any user that maybe experiencing an issue with Memory Fox, Please, Please, email me at email@example.com with the Operating System, variety of Firefox version you are using and state the issue with how to reproduce the problem.
This may be a genuine issue occurring only when not actively using the Firefox. I was waiting out for awhile to update the Memory Fox 7.4 from my current beta that will monitor the activation and deactivation of the Sleep Mode of which it terminates Memory Fox and then re-instantiate it again. My systems are all running the current beta and the issue you've mentioned may have already solved within the Memory Fox 126.96.36.199 version.
If you are anyone else would like to check this issue out farther with the new beta please be my guest to try the current Memory Fox 188.8.131.52 version by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org and state your Operating System in the request.
P.S. I don't remove any reviews, nor does any other developer !
This is solely done by the Mozilla AMO folks. If the review has not complied with the rules and guide lines for writing a review, then they take the appropriate action.
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