mozilla-https-everywhere causes Firefox to freeze up regularly

g geleem at
Sat Nov 19 06:37:30 UTC 2011

On 11/18/2011 10:49 PM, Andre Robatino wrote:

> I noticed that even after doing this, under Tools/Add-ons/Extensions, HTTPS
> Everywhere was listed. I clicked "Disable", and don't remember if I restarted
> Firefox, but when I checked again, the extension was not listed anymore. The
> browser seems stable again.

any time you uninstall, disable, or enable an add-on, mozilla firefox or
thunderbird should be restarted.

you should see a yellow bar at top advising you to do so.

when you do so, you remove/add add-on from/to program/memory area.


peace out.



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