Firefox crashing after updating lastest update
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While many users do not experience any issues, some do and it can be a frustrating experience, especially if you do not really know where to start troubleshooting the issue to resolve it.
Both Firefox and Flash are complex programs, which means that there is not a single solution that fixes the issue for all users experiencing crashes or hangs.
In a typical Chrome-like fashion, websites stop loading and all the plugins and extensions crash with the annoying “Aw, Snap!
Something went wrong while displaying this webpage.
If that version is causing issues for you, you may want to try a beta version of an upcoming version of Adobe Flash instead.
What I do not suggest is to downgrade due to the security implications that come along with it.
You can download the latest Flash Player version from Adobe.The following list may help resolve the issues that you are experiencing. Make sure Flash is up to date If you are running an older version of Flash, you may experience crashes or hangs that are resolved in newer versions.This is not always the case, and it can very well happen that upgrading to the latest version causes the issues to appear on your system for the first time.Enable Click-to Play The Flash plugin is enabled by default in Firefox, which means that it can be used by any website you load in the browser.By enabling click-to play, you prevent that Flash can be used on all sites but the ones that you allow it to run on.