With my new PC, Firefox is crashing very often. I’m finding myself in front of a not responding browser or just a fully white window. In some cases the web-page elements became full black or there are some graphical glitches (in text, images and videos). The solution was to minimize/maximize and wait for some time, change the focus to other app, move one tab to a new window or simply scroll up or down. This solutions sometimes work, but most of the time they doesn’t and I need to open task manager and end Firefox. I have the latest Firefox version (51.0.1) and latest graphic drivers.
Well … the the actual solution to this problem is quite simple. You just need to disable “Disable Hardware Acceleration“.
1. Go to “Menu” -> “Options”
2. Go to “Advanced” and disable “Use hardware acceleration when available“.
And that’s all. Hope it helps!
Are you using more than one language on your Mac? Have you wander what is the shortcut for switching between your keyboard language layout?
Try: cmd + space Read More
Have you ever edit your photos on your mac? Have you used the build-in app called Preview? This tool is great, it’s simple and very intuitive. You can select, delete, crop, add elements and much more.
Some of this functions might not be accessible from menu or icons and you have get intuitive to find it. One good example is rotating text.