BUG: Freezes / Extremely Slow With Multiple Tabs



  • When many tabs are open, the opened tabs freeze, and many do not even download the webpage.

    To test: go to an ebay search result and right click an listing link in the search list and choose to open it in a new Background tab. Do this many times quickly, e.g. 15-30. You will find that after a certain amount the browser becomes very slow/freezes, and with more does not even download the tab content. Open all the tabs then start to switch to them to see if they have loaded, also analyse for sluggishness.

    Window 7. Intel i7 CPU , 3Ghz



  • @hot_denim E-bay pages are pretty heavy with ads. Still, I found that the pages all loaded after a reasonable time. I could hear a lot of CPU fan activity while opening the tabs, but it only took about 10 seconds for 20 tabs, which seems reasonable to me. It does not seem like a bug or poor performance issue.


    Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit • Snapshot 1.13.1008.18 (64-bit)



  • @pesala said in BUG: Freezes / Extremely Slow With Multiple Tabs:

    @hot_denim E-bay pages are pretty heavy with ads. Still, I found that the pages all loaded after a reasonable time. I could hear a lot of CPU fan activity while opening the tabs, but it only took about 10 seconds for 20 tabs, which seems reasonable to me. It does not seem like a bug or poor performance issue.


    Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit • Snapshot 1.13.1008.18 (64-bit)

    Open all the tabs then start to switch to them to see if they have loaded, also analyse for sluggishness. Try 30-40 (ebay) tabs (your machine might be faster).



  • @hot_denim That's what I did. I opened the links in the background with middle-click.

    The speed difference is much more likely to do with my Internet Connection than my CPU speed.

    My b/b is up to 50Mbps Virgin Media fibre optic cable.


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