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Amazing Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Finally, I can use Firefox for a couple of hours and after closing all tabs it will no longer use 75% of my physical memory. IMHO it's a superb accomplishment.
Sadly, it all comes at a price. There're frequent moments when Firefox becomes unresponsive for a few minutes, typically after being in the background for a while (and every time I resume my computer from hibernation). I still have to play with the plug-in configuration as setting everything to "3 min" (whatever that means--the dialogue labels are as verbose as useless) had not apparent effect. So I'm not sure whether I'll keep it or not but, as I said, you can bet it does recover lost memory.
(I wish someone would write a similar plug-in so Firefox does not stop responding so often when switching tabs.)
Hi Álvaro G. Vicario,
You may have to stop Memory Fox before setting or resetting the timer options for Tabbing between tabs and for the Period Timer for memory recovery.
I check the timing for the settings and they are complying with the minute amounts selected.
I've tested on both a Desktop and Laptop units with Win7, Vista, WinXP Operating Systems for the Sleep Mode activation and I'm not experiencing your issue, sorry. I can't fix what want fail on my end of development. You may have something else happening with your machine to wake up or an another add-on within Firefox when used in conjunction with Memory Fox.
F.Y.I. I'm assuming that you have your Eye Sight. The statements in the Options dialog are for the benefit of our Visually Impaired users. That is to allow the audio playback of a particular Title Description to be understood for them while using Memory Fox. Hum...
Thank you for the review.