It will bother you no more — unless of course you want it to bother you again, in which case, just put it back where it came from. Surely Firefox should give some useful alternative. Best case scenario it was a plugin conflicting with the sandbox environment of plugin container and the crashes will stop. What troubles me is that your Firefox still spawns the plugin-container disregarding the setting which should stop it. Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall Windows. Then click the Threads tab in the dialog that shows up.
It should not be getting full. Is there any way to fix this issue? Opened Firefox, went to a site that needed Flash, and let Firefox do the install. Will have to stick with version 30 for now. I don't think we can blame F-secure for this. I'm pretty sure that restoring such a support is a bad idea many reasons.
That was working perfectly well before. I do not know what it does, should I be concerned if I see it again? I was having trouble re-starting firefox quickly after closing it. It makes my whole system a bit slow. Meaning — opening up a new tab spawned the first occurrence of plugin-container but the environment variable suppressed any others from loading unless I go and delete additional boxes and then it cues up a one time plugin-container for each event. This should no be the case since version 30 runs at the regular 15 to 30% usage.
Hence — I think that may lead to the solution in some way. I use different profiles for the different sources of Firefox; typically, I segregate select test cases using virtual machines. Though audio and video codecs would cause the plugin-container process to start when a video or audio is played in Firefox and not on a new tab. Do i need to use the My Computer via desktop or from the windows page that you see when you click on the windows icon at the bottom left corner of the screen. We do not claim any responsibility for the results of the actions taken from the content linked below - complete these tasks at your own risk. The odd thing is that the high cpu does not happen on all web sites.
The file will not be moved unless listed separately. Choose Start in Safe Mode. If I have it disabled, I don't see this issue, if I enable it, I run into the above mentioned problem. And why did it start up all of sudden after maintaining an appropriately low profile for all these years? Some further investigation needed but this is the discovery. It is now more patch than dyke. If no then one of the add ons or extensions is the cause.
Please Note: Using System Restore will not affect your documents, pictures, or other data. Free space is fine on all computers, one is actually brand new with like 5% used. It had been doing that in 3. This is not working anymore in newer versions of Firefox, the preference is ignored. And any site that uses a flash player base video will be disabled. You can try to do the following few items. The result of that was that the number of plugin-containers that loaded was reduced from 5 to 1 meaning — I just have to end the process once in task manager.
You can delete it so that it starts up again. But, the workaround I found was to install the QuickJava extension. I have been trying to report it for some time. The stability will degrade but the users will be able to use old crappy plugins if they wish. This is one of the patches removing the major part including dom. It comes back and then hangs again.
Make sure they are all boolean. I can actually duplicate your problem to some extend so this is not something that affects only you by the looks of it minus the crashing and the ram usage. The file which is running by the task will not be moved. Because of this risk, we highly recommend using a trusted registry cleaner such as Developed by Microsoft Gold Certified Partner to scan and repair any plugin-container. I used the Flash uninstall utility 4. I have 8 specific tabs open every night: Facebook, youtube, twitter, Tumblr, google+, pokemon showdown, yahoo fantasy baseball. Firefox you want to back up.