Reducing RAM Usage in Firefox 2.0 - Easy!

    After the release of the second version of Firefox, failures using a very large amount of RAM became more problematic. On average, Firefox should not occupy more than 80MB of your RAM. Any number above this means that you are a victim of the Firefox memory glitch. You probably already saw a lot of articles on how to get rid of this, but I am writing this article because none of these methods really worked for me. This article is a little different - I added some of my own ingredients to it to solve this problem.

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