Does absolutely nothing Rated 1 out of 5 stars

It does not force FF to release memory when tabs are closed. Documentation on its use is non-existent. No mention of the "Clear Cache" option installed in the Tools drop-down menu, which does nothing more than the "Minimize memory usage" button in about:memory. A totally useless addon.

Very good! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Works very well. My memory used to go as high as 1,500,00, and now RAMback keeps releasing memory after closing tabs and it is around 650,000. It works in the background, the user doesn't need to do anything. If you want to watch it work, bring up Windows Task Manager and watch firefox memory before installing and after installing. Watch how the memory goes up after opening tabs, and how it is released after closing tabs. Firefox did not do that before installing RAMback. I am using Flash Control addon for stopping flash. Do not use "Youtube Flash Player" addon with "Flashblock" addon, it seems to make things worse.

BROKEN! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Negative 1000 stars. I put this add on in and instantly over 100 new tabs opened up WTH? !@# Piece of crap, stay away.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Whilst it didn't reduce it to something magnificently small, it did reduce my memory usage when using about 6 tabs from 700,000k to 265,000-300,000k. Definitely better!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

wow it really works :)

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

its not working, or I can't find button where can I turn it on.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars


The most Time was the plugin-container.exe at 120% CPU and i only just 3 Taps (YouTube, Facebook and 9Gag) Firefox to needs than 100% an my Laptop going so loud i thought he would explod.

No with 6 Taps plugin need's 50% and Firefox only 80%.

Good Thing have somthing like this.
(I Have Firefox 39)

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Please update for Firefox 39. Was working great with 38

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is awesome, my RAM usage dropped from 1.8 GB to just 800-900 MB. My tab count is always around 60+ some times going around 150 as well

Seems to be working on Firefox 38.0.5 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Installed yesterday. Firefox was using crazy memory(almost as much as Opera). I've never had this issue with Firefox. Installed app and it seems to be working. So far, so good. Let's hope it does the trick. If not, I'll just be using Chrome exclusively.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Straight-up does not work in FireFox 36.1
Would be a good idea if it really worked!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Am running last update of FF 34.0.5 on a 3core Windows 7 with 4gb RAM.
I run adblock plus.
two days ago I installed Ramback, seeing as FF was crashing 5-6 times a day, while only using 7-15 tabs. Memory usage on 2 startup tabs is 280k and within 6 tabs being opened, mostly Facebook and news and blogs, the memory has climbed to 1.28gb and Firefox crashes, even after I've closed all tabs. The memory is not released. Ramback clears the cache fine, but the cache is not my problem. I can be at zero in cache and still have 1.28gb memory usage. This has gotten worse with each release of FF, it's gotten to the point where I can barely run it anymore. I know about setting up new profiles ect, but I'm only using a couple of add-ons, this is not a geeky laptop. Ramback, if anything, has shortened the time to reach 1.28gb, so FF is crashing even faster. :(
If the only use of Ramback is to clear caches, well I could do that before by going options>advanced>clear cache.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Would be nice if a threshold could be set and the extension would automatically free up RAM from that point. A notification would be also much appreciated as now I have to keep track manually how much memory has been used.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

rather a good thing. Can decrease Firefox 32.0.3 RAM usage from 500 to 450 Mb, or from 1200 to 450 Mb! But it crashed Firefox once, when I had 2 windows opened with about 6 tabs in each, and I pushed the RAMback button.

RAMBack Usage Rated 5 out of 5 stars

No, you dont have to do anything once downloaded. Read what it says. It works internally and yes, it does work.

It will decrease your page load times, especially if you are working with multiple tabs and large page sizes and script heavy pages. It prevents hanging and crash errors.

It reduces CPU usage by 25 to 50 %. You must look at your CPU usage before downloading. Open task manager and click on processes.

не работает Rated 1 out of 5 stars

не работает

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Maybe useful, but HOW does it work?

Does the user need to do anything?
Click a button?
Does the Addon work automaticly w/o the users interaction?

Nobody knows, because the developer didn't tell....

Does absolute nothing ! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Does absolute nothing expect of using space...

FF31, Win Vista SP2, T7 2GHz, RAM 2 Go

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Wow. I'm a heavy FF user, having at least four tab groups open at all times, with anywhere between 5 and 30+ tabs open in each. My firefox usually takes up at least 1GB of RAM, up to around 2GB. I have 4GB total so this is a huge problem. This addon instantly automatically dropped RAM usage from 1.2GB to 650MB. That is just amazing.

Ramback Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ramback and add-ons like that are great because of the terrible use of the new Firefox 29, 30 of available memory. My pc had a hard time after some hours of Firefox refresh of sites etc. so I added hardware ram plus add-on 'Memory Restart' and then 'Ram Restart'. But I don't feel good about this developement.