Rated 1 out of 5 stars


Memory Fox's purported Memory leak and freeing capabilities are a lie. Memory Fox uses a standard windows function to flush the process's memory to the page file RESULTING IN WORSE PERFORMANCE.

Any windows developer with an ounce of free thought will realise in an instant that the claims maid by the extension author are bogus and the experiences of its users are placebo. Firefox's stability and memory use will differ from session to session, and even between reloadings of the same session, and especially differ between Windows sessions.

The only extension which actually effects real memory usage is the ramback extension which flushes the System memory allocated caches.

Anyone seeking to verify this, can enable the Commit column in task manager or use about:memory.

This review will be going viral.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.3).