Firefox consistently crashes with any search in Gmail

Firefox consistently crashes with any search in Gmail:

Users reported certain issues with Firefox on Windows 10 in file explorer, and according to them, Firefox consistently crashes with any search in Gmail. This can be a big problem if you use Firefox as your default browser and you face this problem. if you want to solve this problem then

Clear Firefox Browser Cache, History and Download History:

  • Files take longer to download as the download history builds up. To fix up this freeze, go to Firefox menu, then ‘Downloads’ and click on ‘Clear List’ to clear the Download History.
  • Also, if the folder where Firefox is attempting to save the file is not accessible, it can freeze.
  • Try resetting the browser.download.lastDir preference in about:config. You can also try choosing a new download folder in your Firefox settings (Tools -> Options -> General (or Main) / Downloads -> Save files to -> Browse).

Firefox consistently crashes with any search in Gmail

  • At times Browsing History interferes with the browser start-up and therefore can hang Firefox for indefinite periods.
  • Clear the History to avoid this instance. For this, first, go to Tools > ‘Clear Recent History‘to see if it resolves the problem.

Bad Firefox Add-on:

Firefox consistently crashes with any search in Gmail

Start Firefox in Safe mode.

To do this:

  • Go to Start > All Programs > Mozilla Firefox > Safe mode
  •  Now, if Firefox runs without freezing, it suggests a bad add-on – either an extension or toolbar – some extensions are prone to memory leaks.
  • Next, go to Tools > Add-ons and disable each one, one after the other and try to find out the culprit. If you can identify the offending add-on or extension or toolbar, uninstall it.

Update Adobe Flash version:

If you are facing freezing or experiencing a  delay while starting Firefox, you might want to check out if your Adobe Flash, Java plugging are up-to-date. Some versions did cause Firefox to freeze or crash. This page will tell you which version of Adobe Flash, you have installed.

Check Windows shell extensions:

Some Windows shell extensions can also cause problems with your Firefox browser, causing it to freeze or crash. You can use ShellExView to see all the explorer shell extensions and then try to selectively disable extensions which you suspect could be the cause of your problems.

Extensions of 3rd party software:

Extensions of your antivirus, security suite, site advisors, password manager, and download managers could also be a possible cause. Again, disable each one selectively and see if you can identify the offending issue.

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Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer

Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer:

Users reported certain issues with Firefox on Windows 10 in file explorer, and according to them, Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer. This can be a big problem if you use Firefox as your default browser and you face this problem if you want to solve this problem then

Follow these steps:

  1. Right-click on File Explorer / Open a folder from the history

Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer

  1. Go to File / Change Folder and Search Options

Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer

  1. Un-check “Show recently used files in Quick access” and “Show frequently used folders for Quick Access“
  2. Click on Clear
  3. Click on OK

Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer

Finally, you solve this Firefox crash when trying to access file explorer.

 

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Mozilla Firefox can’t load websites but other browsers can

Internet Security software blocking Firefox

If you were able to load websites until you updated Firefox or until your Internet security software was updated, reconfigured or a new one was added, your Internet security software (including firewalls, antivirus programs, anti-spyware programs, and more) is likely preventing Firefox from connecting to the Internet.

In general, you should make sure your Internet security software is up-to-date and remove Firefox from your program’s list of trusted or recognised programs, then add it back.

Mozilla Firefox can't load websites

Firefox connection settings

If you connect to the Internet through a proxy server that is having connection problems, you will not be able to load websites. To check your connection settings in Firefox:

  1. Click the menu button and choose Options.
  2. In the General panel, go down to the Network Proxy
  3. In the Network Proxy section, click Settings….
  4. Change your proxy settings:
    • If you don’t connect to the Internet through a proxy (or don’t know whether you connect through a proxy), select No Proxy.
    • If you connect to the Internet through a proxy, compare Firefox’s settings to another browser’s (such as Internet Explorer — see Microsoft’s guide to proxy settings).
  5. Close the Connection Settings dialog.
  6. Close the about: preferences Any changes you’ve made will automatically be saved.

If you find that changes you make to your Firefox connection settings are not remembered when you restart Firefox.

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IPv6

Firefox supports IPv6 by default, which may cause connection problems on certain systems. To disable IPv6 in Firefox:

  1. In the address bar, type about: configand press Enter.
    • The about: config “This might void your warranty!”warning page may appear. Click I accept the risk! To continue to the about: config page.
  2. In the Searchfield, enter dns.disableIPv6.
  3. In the list of preferences, double-click dns. disable IPv6 to set its value to true.

DNS Prefetching

Firefox attempts to speed up loading new websites by using DNS Prefetching, which can cause page load errors with some system configurations. To disable DNS Prefetching:

  1. In the address bar, type about: configand press Enter.
    • The about: config “This might void your warranty!”warning page may appear. Click I accept the risk! To continue to the about: config page.
  2. Right-clickin the list of preferences, select New, and then select Boolean.
  3. In the Enter the preference namefield, enter dns.disablePrefetch and click OK.
  4. Select true when prompted to set the value and click OK.

Firefox cannot load certain websites

If you find that Firefox can load some websites but not others, first clear your Firefox cookies and cache:

  1. Click the Library button , click History and select Clear Recent History….
  2. In the Time Range to clear:drop-down, select everything.
  3. Click the arrow next to Detailsto display the list of items that can be cleared.
  4. Select both Cookiesand Cache.
  5. Click Clear Now.

Check for malware

If clearing your cookies and cache did not enable you to load the websites that did not work in Firefox, you should check your computer for malware. Certain types of malware are known to target Firefox and can prevent it from loading various websites:

  • If you have an antivirus or Internet security program, update its detections database and do a full scan of your system.
  • If you still have problems, follow the instructions in Troubleshoot Firefox issues caused by malware.

 

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SSL Connection Error

Why SSL Connection Errors With The Solution

SSL connection error “Secure”, it is an Internet Security Protocol that protects the user’s privacy when surfing the Internet.

Most banks, social media, and e-commerce sites use SSL certificates like Facebook, Twitter, eBay, PayPal, (our very own) Techchor and others’ choice to protect the personal, financial and other important information of users or shoppers if you Have seen, I mentioned HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) mentioned in above-mentioned websites, not a normal HTTP

When a website prefixes with HTTPS, it means that it uses Internet secure protocols, SSL or TLS (Transport Layer Security).

 

This contact is not trustworthy

Your connection is not private

The site’s security certificate is not trusted

SSL connection error and SSL protocol error

Server’s certificate is not trusted

Step To Fix SSL Connection Error

Check Date and Time

In most cases, it is usually ignored to update your time and date in your current time zone. This should not be the time of the week, month or year or

advance. If your time is always reset in later years, then replace your CMOS (supplemental metal oxide semiconductor) battery it can be broken or faulty, because it is not working as intended.

Exclude SSL Protocol In your antivirus

Your antivirus can have a different description but it is almost identical. Just go to “Set up” → “Advance setting” → “Protocol filtering” → “SSL” → Do not scan SSL protocol
In some cases the conflict between antivirus and encrypted data is compulsory. If this method has solved your SSL error, then try to update Chrome and Firefox, your antivirus and operating system. Clear your browser data and enable your SSL scanner again.

If you enable the SSL scanner after updating your browser, antivirus, and OS, the problem is to disable it again, browse only trusted websites and contact your antivirus vendor about it.

How To Export and import the website’s SSL certificate

Step 1-

  • Click on the “padlock icon” → “details” → “view certificate”.

Step 2-

Select the “details” tab click “copy of the file”. Follow the wizard up to finish.

Step 3-

In Firefox, you must follow the same procedure by clicking on the “padlock icon”. There is no wizard in Firefox, but there is an export feature. Remember that where you saved the SSL certificate

Step 4-

Import the SSL certificate by clicking “option” → “advance” → “view Certificates import.

Step 5-

Restart the SSL connection error.

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