75 percentage of 4 gb Ram when I just browse and hear a song why

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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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       #11

    Hi, Fox computers,
    Thanks for your suggestion. Will try.
    Hi, Simpilot,
    I am waiting your reply for my dxdiag test.
    I have not used that before. So, please say. about the memory part of pc
    I have raised about successive login bsod alert, ie., the system has recovered from .....etc..
    I have posted those in bsod sub forum.
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    Think I found your problem. Your CPU is only a dual core E7200. Worse yet, your GPU is very old as well.

    Because Firefox in its infinite wisdom launches so many processes, this will choke off your CPU in no time.

    Solution? Get a faster computer. At least an i5 with a more modern GPU from this decade.
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
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    Hi, Simpilot, Yes, I am trying to switch over to windows 10 with new assembling set with original OS.
    Could you give me a link , where i could find the latest compatible individual components , like your recommendation of i5 with other specifications of ram, gpu card etc. It will be useful, when I go and check for individual items to assemble.
    I go for assembled set because of cost effective and personal selection.
    Could you give that details please.
    As a temp measure, I already started using your suggestion of firefox 32 bit.
    Your other suggestion of portable, I will try.
    Does it need a pendrive exclusively for firefox.I will try it.
    thanks .expecting reply
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  4. Posts : 66
    Windows 7 Starter SP1
       #14

    F22 Simpilot said:
    Solution? Get a faster computer.
    I will contest that this is the "solution", more, a kind of disappointing lack of optimism for the OP's hardware...

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    Hi jraju,

    If you wish to continue to use Firefox in order to view YouTube, I strongly suggest using the "h264ify" extension.

    By default, Youtube stream VP8/VP9 videos. Using h264ify would change Youtube to stream H.264 videos instead. Streaming H.264 videos will be much less taxing on your hardware.

    The only limitation is that the maximum resolution you will be able to play videos in will be 1080p - but realistically you should not be trying to stream higher resolution than this anyway [On a browser] with your hardware anyway.

    h264ify Get this Extension for 🦊 Firefox (en-GB) (mozilla.org)

    (For moderators concerned:
    VirusTotal - URL - dd34b1f94ac9213ffd050f467cca660444a7dada8fc477f93f56c75a459fb897)

    Be sure to let me know if you try this and see a benefit, alternatively, playing videos (and music using audio mode) through the previously mentioned Invidious.io is less resource demanding than using the full YouTube website.

    Fox Computers

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    I have further suggestions if you wish to hear just let me know.
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