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Hi, Firefox is an excellent tool but slow at first launching. Did anyone ever hear of a firefox quickstarter? Do you know any method or have you find any firefox ...
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    Firefox quickstart


    Hi,

    Firefox is an excellent tool but slow at first launching. Did anyone ever hear of a firefox quickstarter? Do you know any method or have you find any firefox variant which is really quick? I gave swiftfox a try, but no big difference...

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    there is alltray that allows any program to close to a system tray (so like quickstart)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vergil83 View Post
    there is alltray that allows any program to close to a system tray (so like quickstart)
    It is, as you say, "like quickstart". It doesnt help for the first launching but for the following ones.
    Thanks for replying

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    here is a way for Mac maybe you can apply for your system. Also you can try Firefox Preloader

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutku View Post
    here is a way for Mac maybe you can apply for your system. Also you can try Firefox Preloader
    Thanks, but no chance. The hint with the downloads doesn't apply in my case (it cleans automatically after successful install and therefore always clean). The preloader (both versions) is for Windows.

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