Ubuntu firefox not loading pages
Hey Presto! After a after a short delay, you should see the Nextcloud intro page with the slogan “a safe home for all your data”. Click the cross at the top right of the dialogue to dismiss it. You should now be looking at the main Nextcloud “Files” page. There you can see a couple of folders, a Nextcloud MP4 video file, and a PDF Manual.
You can do this from your web browser's settings or preferences. You'll need to use instructions specific to your browser version and your operating system (ex: Mac, PC). 2- If this doesn't solve your issue, it may be because you're using third-party browser extensions.
And it WORKS! My Firefox is alive again after long struggle. And I don't need to use Chromium only, because it worked as fast as a rocket when I had problems with my browser of choice - Firefox. I have been even thinking it's Google fighting with FF. Actual results: FF incredibly slow to load any page on Internet.
A computer running Ubuntu 16.04 or above; The Firefox web browser (installed by default in Ubuntu desktop systems) Although you don’t need any experience in web development to follow this tutorial, a little knowledge of how a web page is written might make some things a little more understandable.
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Before I left office, Firefox was working normally. Now I came to library, opened my laptop and Firefox and what happened was that Firefox was unable to open any pages, including Google.com. Firefox was running smoothly, without any delays, it just returned Server not found on any page I tried.
Thanks man your advice was very useful to me. I had problem on some site's because i was using Mozilla Firefox 3 & i wanted IE from windows. P.S. Just for the record i'm not trying to make a windows look'a'like from my UBUNTU . I hate windows >:))
(In reply to comment #0) > Canonical already maintains their own Firefox package, with their own > extension. If they want to change Firefox's theme to match Ubuntu's, then they > should be the ones to do it; not Mozilla. Ditto. Default on our end should be for GTK/GNOME which as Matthew said is better suited to be blue. Some time ago, Google officially released a new version of the addon (extension) Google Gears is compatible with Mozilla Firefox 3.5. For Windows and Mac users, may not have a problem during installation. But for Ubuntu users, which Firefox 3.5 is not "official", and still use a code name Shiretoko, it can not Google Gears installed. Linux 32-bit