You probably know about the famous (or infamous as the case may be) Windows Safe Mode. Whenever the Windows operating system goes haywire and suffers random crashes and BSOD, it’s always advisable to tackle them using the Safe Mode. In this mode, Windows has reduced functionality with bare minimum devices and application software services running in the background to enable you to diagnose the problem without the crashes.
So that was about solving Windows crashes, but that’s not what I will be talking about today. That was just an introduction I gave before I could start on with the Safe Mode feature of Firefox and how you can you use the feature to rectify the problem when it starts crashing suddenly.
The Safe Mode feature of Firefox runs the browser with all the add-ons, themes and Java Scripts disabled. With all the scripts and extensions disabled, Firefox Safe Mode makes it easier to pinpoint the exact problem. To start Firefox in Safe Mode, open the Run command, type in firefox.exe –safemode and press enter to show up the Firefox Safe Mode dialog window.
Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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