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( ( ( DuGBuG Browser Settings ) ) )

( ( ( Mozilla about:config settings ) ) )

( ( ( Opera:config settings ) ) )

( ( ( Locked profiles ) ) )

( ( ( Geolocation Spoof ) ) )

( ( ( Seamonkey Command lines ) ) )

( ( ( Browser / Programs Compression ) ) )

( ( ( Test Browser ) ) )

( ( ( KMFILES BETA_KMFILES.7z ) ) )

( ( ( K-MELEON 1.7 db B1 ) ) )

( ( ( EXIT HOME ) ) )

 This page gives information on how to make your browser a faster, better running one.
Make a back up copy of all the browser files before you do anything.
With Mozilla types you can not delete a setting once you added one in there, that is why you need a copy of everything.
Take your time doing this stuff.

 With Mozilla type browsers you can change the settings in the about:config.
Using the settings on this page only works on Mozilla & Opera browsers that have
"about:config" ability or "opera:config".

 If you did not know, put in "about:config" in the URL: box of your Mozilla browser or "opera:config" with Opera
& hit enter. This gives you access to your configuration files.

 It is kind of hard at first to change the settings in Mozilla type browsers. For the most part it is Firefox, Seamonkey
& some others out there. You can use Fasterfox to speed things up easier, but for me to many plugins slow down
the browser. It would be best to not add more plugins to the browser this would bloat it & slow it down more.
So for me I just get in & change the settings already there.
 If you have FasterFox on your Firefox or Seamonkey browser then do not do anything it might mess up
the settings in the About:config.

Info on Mozilla "about:config" can be found at:
http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_entries

Info on Opera "opera:config" can be found at:
http://my.opera.com/Tamil/blog/index.dml/tag/Opera:Config

Info on "tracemonkey" is at:
http://ejohn.org/blog/tracemonkey
https://wiki.mozilla.org/JavaScript:TraceMonkey

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( ( ( Mozilla about:config speed settings ) ) )
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***To add a new setting to the Mozilla configuration, just type in "About:config"
Then when in there just right click & go to new,
then add what you want to add.
 As in, add a new "integer" & name it "nglayout.initialpaint.delay"
Then put the value "0" that would be one setting done.
 To change the value of a setting just click on it twice & change the value, that is how it works.

 Always search for the setting to see if it is there already. If it is not in there put in the setting.
Remember "Integer is 1,2,3..." -  "Boolean is True or False" - "String is Words etc!!!"

 In FF4+ You might have many settings related. As in searching for "JIT" you will have many
listed there. So I would turn them all to the False or True settings that is needed.

Also  I need to note, for the "network.http.max-connections" settings being the standard setting is higher
than mine of 48, it would be best to skip that setting.

These settings need to be looked at with security in mind, so Facebook etc might not work well
when your browser is all locked up & it should, keep that in mind.
http://my.opera.com/walmart-ramen/blog/?id=63852732

***NEW COPY & PASTE THESE ON ABOUT:CONFIG *MOZILLA SPEED SETTINGS
( The "***" is for speed, or, set to 0 & off like on the security part. )
 
( ( ( Preference Name ) ) )
( ( ( Type ) ) )
( ( ( Value ) ) )
nglayout.initialpaint.delay integer 0
app.update.enabled boolean false
network.http.pipelining.firstrequest boolean true
content.notify.interval integer 240000
content.notify.ontimer boolean true
content.notify.backoffcount integer 10
content.interrupt.parsing boolean true
content.max.tokenizing.time integer 2333333
content.switch.threshold integer 849999
config.trim_on_minimize boolean true
ui.submenuDelay integer 50
html5.enable boolean true  *Off for security.
content.maxtextrun integer 4095
*** network.dnsCacheExpiration integer 7200  *0 for security.
*** network.dnsCacheEntries integer 1000  *0 for security.
*** network.dns.disablePrefetch boolean false  *True for security
network.manage-offline-status boolean false  *If starts up offline too much.

***CHANGE THESE ABOUT:CONFIG *MOZILLA SPEED SETTINGS
( The "***" is for very high security. Set to 0 & off. Mostly it's never needed to be set at that. )
( The "###" is needed for security. Mostly on part for Memory leaks. Turn on memory only if needed. )
 
( ( ( Preference Name ) ) )
( ( ( Value ) ) )
*** browser.cache.disk.capacity 76800  *For FireFox 3+ any others no change.
*** browser.cache.disk.enable True
### browser.cache.memory.capacity 65536  *Or set to 0 for security.
### browser.cache.memory.enable True for speed  *Or False for security.
network.http.max-connections 48  *For FireFox 3+ any others no change.
network.http.max-connections-per-server 24
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-proxy 16
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server 12
network.http.pipelining true
network.http.pipelining.maxrequests 8
network.http.proxy.pipelining true
network.http.proxy.keep-alive true
network.http.keep-alive.timeout 600
network.prefetch-next True for speed  *Or False for security
network.dns.disableIPv6 True
network.http.request.max-start-delay 5
network.ftp.idleConnectionTimeout 150
browser.sessionstore.interval 200000
dom.ipc.plugins.enabled false  *For the most part for security
dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npctrl.dll false
dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npqtplugin.dll false
dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.npswf32.dll false
dom.ipc.plugins.enabled.nptest.dll false

***CHANGE THIS ABOUT:CONFIG *MOZILLA SPEED SETTINGS
( On FF4+ in about:config search "JIT" & set all with "jit" to false. )
 
( ( ( Preference Name ) ) )
( ( ( Value ) ) )
javascript.options.jit.content true  *False for security
javascript.options.jit.chrome true *False for security

***CHANGE OR ADD THIS ABOUT:CONFIG *MOZILLA SECURITY SETTINGS
 ( The "***" is for the K-meleon browser only. )
 ( The ">>>" is for Lower Security setting, less locked down. )
 ( The "###" is for Security but if you can't get on-line then set back to lower settings or speed settings.)
 ( The "???" settings might badly effect webpage rendering, change back if needed.)
 
( ( ( Preference Name ) ) )
( ( ( Value ) ) )
*** kmeleon.adblocking true
*** kmeleon.flashblock true
*** kmeleon.favicons  false *Set all to
>>> layout.css.visited_links_enabled false *Your #1 security fix!
>>> security.xpconnect.plugin.unrestricted false
>>> network.http.sendSecureXSiteReferrer false
>>> network.http.sendRefererHeader 0
>>> network.protocol-handler.external   *Set all to false
>>> network.protocol-handler.warn-external   *Set all to true
>>> extensions.blocklist.enabled true
>>> security.enable_java false
>>> browser.frames.enabled false *Or set true when needed
>>> geo.enabled false *Note the other part is needed Here!
>>> svg.enabled false *Set this in FF4+ & search for SVG & turn off setting.
>>> webgl.disabled true
>>> editor.use_css false
>>> gfx.downloadable_fonts.enabled false
>>> media.webm.enabled true  *Or set to False if flash videos stop working.
>>> dom.disable_window_status_change true
>>> dom.event.contextmenu.enabled false
>>> browser.blink_allowed false
>>> dom.disable_window_move_resize true
>>> dom.allow_scripts_to_close_windows false
>>> dom.disable_window_flip true
>>> dom.indexedDB.enabled false
>>> dom.storage.default_quota 1000
>>> network.websocket.max-message-size 2000000
>>> offline-apps.quota.max 2000
>>> browser.chrome.favicons false
>>> nglayout.debug.disable_xul_cache true
>>> browser.cache.offline.enable false *If browser has issues set to true.
>>> browser.sessionstore.max_tabs_undo 0
>>> browser.sessionstore.max_windows_undo
>>> browser.sessionstore.resume_from_crash 
0
false
### network.dnsCacheEntries
### network.dns.disablePrefetch
### network.dnsCacheExpiration
??? dom.disable_image_src_set
 

 

0
true
0
true  *If browser has issues set to false.
 
 
 

***NEW BROWSER ID *MOZILLA SECURITY SETTINGS
( The "***" is when you will have to add a new string. )
 
( ( ( Preference Name ) ) )
( ( ( Value ) ) )
***general.useragent.override Mozilla/4.8 [en] (Win98; U)
useragentswitcher.reset.onclose false

 Info on Mozilla "about:config" can be found at:
http://kb.mozillazine.org/About:config_entries
 

More user agents at http://www.zytrax.com/tech/web/browser_ids.htm
*Changing your user agent for the most part to me is to change what the browser tells your OS is.
If you are running an old operating system it would be best to make the browser say it is something else
partly for security reasons.
 

The "( ( KMFILES1.7z ) )" file for the K-meleon browser has
"Speed files & the skins files. It is a kit for the K-meleon browser.
All files & information is at: http://home.dbdbdugbug.operaunite.com/Projects/content/KMFILES
 
 
 

 SPEED UP SETTINGS FOR THE ( ( ( K-meleon browser ) ) )
http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/KmmSpeedUp
http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/PageSpeed

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( ( ( Opera:config settings ) ) )
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 Opera on the most part is setup fast it does have a initialpaint.delay like Mozilla, but it runs kind of the different.
Located in "preference"  "advanced"  "Browsing"  Redraw. Opera did start redrawing in 0 seconds blanking
the screen waiting for content to come in. This did give it some ugly page flashing when it loaded up. But now you
can change the redrawing time & there is no page flashing as far as I can see with it when I load up a page.
 The new opera runs different than the past one. It might not blank the screen for content to come in any more.
 I do know the new opera engine, but I know it is fast, & tight. Sometimes it is too tight & from that some websites
will not work right with opera. But for the most part it is good.
 It is not that hard to change the speed settings in Opera, you do not have to add anything, just change it.
 But these settings are for the old Opera 11+ to 12+ I am not sure about the others.

***SPEED UP SETTINGS FOR THE ( ( ( Opera browser ) ) )
in "opera:config" change the settings...

"Network Buffer Size" change to: 32
"Check Expiry History" & "Check Expiry Load"change to 1
"Turbo mode" un-check = OFF
"Enable Usage Statistic" un-check = OFF
"Enable On Demand Plugin" check = ON
"History Navigation Mode" change to 3
"Check For New Opera" change to 0
"Location Provider URL" Info here
 
 

Disable Name Completion and local network lookup in
"Tools> Preferences, select the Advanced Tab and choose Network"

Disable Enable Geolocation in
"Tools> Preferences, select the Advanced Tab and choose Network"

Increase the time cached images are used before checking for new versions.
"Tools> Preferences and click on the Advanced Tab. Choose History from the left menu
and select, Every week for image checks. You can refresh the cache manually by typing F5.
 

 Also you could hit the Opera ".DLL & .EXE" files with UPX to make them smaller.

http://www.lockergnome.com/forsythe/2008/08/02/opera-tweaks-for-speed
http://www.ghacks.net/2007/03/29/10-tips-to-speed-up-opera-9
http://www.favbrowser.com/speed-up-opera
http://my.opera.com/Tamil/blog/index.dml/tag/Opera:Config

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( ( ( Seamonkey Command lines ) ) )
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*COMMAND LINE SETTINGS *SEAMONKEY SETTINGS (*To make a shortcut for an application to run. )
 If you have the Seamonkey browser you can add this to the shortcut to make
a part of the browser load up you want.

 Just make a copy of the shortcut of "seamonkey.exe" Click on its
properties then where is says target add the line at the end like:
"C:\Programs files\Seamonkey\seamonkey.exe -mail"

-mail    (*To load up Mail.)
-addressbook    (*To load up your Address book.)
-editor    (*To load up the Composer.)
-chat    (*To load up ChatZilla.)
-nosplash    (*To load up with no splash screen.)
-quiet    (*Disable splash screen.)
-height <value>    (*Set height of startup window to <value>.)
-h or -help    (*Prints this list.)
-installer    (*Start with 4.x migration window.)
-width <value>    (*Set width of startup window to <value>.)
-v or -version    (*Print SeaMonkey version.)
-CreateProfile <profile>    (*Create <profile>.)
-P <profile>    (*Start with <profile>.)
-ProfileWizard    (*Start with profile wizard.)
-ProfileManager    (*Start with profile manager.)
-SelectProfile    (*Start with profile selection dialog.)
-UILocale <locale>    (*Start with <locale> resources as UI Locale.)
-contentLocale <locale>    (*Start with <locale> resources as content Locale.)
-console    (*Start SeaMonkey with a debugging console.)
-news    (*Start with news.)
-jsconsole    (*Start with Javascript Console.)
-edit <url>    (*Start with editor.)
-chrome <url>    (*Load the specified chrome.)

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( ( ( Geolocation Spoof ) ) )
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You can spoof Geolocation. Some times you will note that when Geolocation turned off,
and when you test it, it still shows up as on!
So the best way to fix it is to spoof it!

For FireFox 4+ it is unknown, you might have to add
a new "String" called "geo.wifi.uri" then put the settings in it.

   1.  Create a text file somewhere on your computer with the following text:
{"location":{"latitude":0.000000,"longitude":0.000000, "accuracy":20.0}}

   2. Change latitude, longitude, and accuracy (in meters) to whatever you need to use

   3. Open about:config and find the "geo.wifi.uri"

   4. Replace the URL (by default https://www.google.com/loc/json) with the path to the text file created in step 1 above.

5. In Opera look for "Location Provider URL" in the "opera:config" & do the same!

All works, you can test it in Firefox at:
http://channy.creation.net/project/firefox/geolocation.html
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


( ( ( Browser / Programs Compression ) ) )
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 It is possible to compress your browser files & to fix them so they are cleaner.
With K-meleon, Seamonkey & Opera browsers & programs I used these programs.
 Always make a back up copy before you change anything & to compare the two to
see if it slows it down or speeds up.
 

((( http://upx.sourceforge.net )))
 Is what I used to compress all the .DLL, .EXE files, and Java & Flash etc if you dare.
Download the upx file & put in its place then Just drag all ".dll & .exe"
files you can find to the "upx.exe" file that is in the program.
This is what I used mostly in K-meleon, Seamonkey & others.
 

((( http://www.nuetools.co.uk ))) aka StripFile
 This is used to shrink the ".HTML, .GIF & .PNG files but not your bookmarks!"
This seems to be mostly in the Seamonkey browser, in a small part of K-meleon
& the Opera browser in the zipped skin files.
 

((( http://csstidy.sourceforge.net )))
 Is what can be used in the Opera browser it did not shrink the size of Opera but,
seemed to make things work a bit better. Just drag all ".CSS" files you can find
to the csstidy, csstidy.exe file.
 

((( http://proguard.sourceforge.net )))
 This is mostly to compress & fix up Java so it runs faster.
But as for me there is a lot of work doing that, it just for small gains.
 

 This is the numbers "Before & After" compressing.
 
 
Before compression K-meleon
size 15.3 MB (16,080,361)
size on disk 17.2 MB (18,120,704)

After compression K-meleon
size 8.95 MB (9,386,835)
size on disk 10.9 MB (11,452,416)
 
 
 

 

Before compression Seamonkey
size 32.9 MB (34,556,121)
size on disk 35.2 MB (36,929,536)

After compression Seamonkey
size 23.7 (24,936,379)
size on disk 26.3.0 (27,590,656)
 
 
 

 

Before compression Opera
size 14.0 MB (14,742,751)
size on disk 14.8 MB (15,622,144)

After compression Opera
size 13.9 MB (14,592,448)
size on disk 14.7 MB (15,482,880)

After compression with "Csstidy" Opera
*http://csstidy.sourceforge.net
size 14.7 MB (15,518,795)
size on disk 15.8 MB (16,588,800)

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( ( ( Test Browser ) ) )
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 These are test that test your settings that you have changed. These test need to be done with
minim CPU & RAM usage. You can use http://www.sci.fi/~borg/rambooster
To clean & lower your usage, also to note how much memory your browser is using.

BROWSER TEST----SCRAGZ.COM/ARCHIVED/MOZILLA/TEST-RENDERING-TIME
BROWSER TEST----BROWSERSCOPE.ORG
BROWSER TEST----SERVICE.FUTUREMARK.COM/PEACEKEEPER/INDEX.ACTION
BROWSER TEST----HTML5TEST.COM
BROWSER TEST----SPEED-BATTLE.COM
BROWSER TEST----ACIDTESTS.ORG
BROWSER TEST----SPUTNIK.GOOGLELABS.COM
BROWSER TEST----WEBKIT.ORG/PERF/SUNSPIDER/SUNSPIDER.HTML
BROWSER TEST----MOOTOOLS.NET/SLICKSPEED
BROWSER TEST----KRAKENBENCHMARK.MOZILLA.COM
BROWSER TEST----MOZILLA.COM/EN-US/PLUGINCHECK
BROWSER TEST----TESTMYIPV6.COM
BROWSER TEST----B2NET.COM
BROWSER TEST----CYSCAPE.COM/SHOWBROW.ASP
BROWSER TEST----LITMUS.MOZILLA.ORG
BROWSER TEST----AADMM.DE/EN/INDEX.HTM
BROWSER TEST----CYSCAPE.COM/SHOWBROW.ASPX
BROWSER TEST----GEMAL.DK/BROWSERSPY
BROWSER TEST----SUPPORT.ITSOLUTIONS.NO/BROWSERTEST/TESTPAGE.ASPX
BROWSER TEST----PMT.SOURCEFORGE.NET/GAMMA TEST
BROWSER TEST----VRMLWORKS.CRISPEN.ORG/BROWSER TEST.HTML
BROWSER TEST----FILEFORMAT.INFO/INFO/UNICODE/UTF8TEST.HTM

BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----SPRINT.COM/LANDINGS/SPEEDTEST
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----INTERNETFROG.COM/MYPC/SPEEDTEST
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----PCPITSTOP.COM/INTERNET/DEFAULT.ASP
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----SPEAKEASY.NET/SPEEDTEST
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----SPEEDTEST.NET
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----BANDWIDTHPLACE.COM/SPEEDTEST
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----NUMION.COM/YOURSPEED3
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----BROADBAND-EXPERT.CO.UK~~
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----US.MCAFEE.COM~~
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----TESTMY.NET
BROWSER TEST / NET SPEED----NETWORK.MSU.EDU/PUBLIC/SPEEDTEST.HTML

SECURITY TESTER----NETWORK-TOOLS.COM
SECURITY TESTER----SECUNIA.COM/VULNERABILITY~~
SECURITY TESTER----AUDITMYPC.COM
SECURITY TESTER----TESTMYPCSECURITY.COM
SECURITY TESTER----WINDOWSECURITY.COM/EMAILSECURITYTEST
SECURITY TESTER----JASONS-TOOLBOX.COM/BROWSERSECURITY
SECURITY TESTER----VERISIGN.COM/ADVISOR/CHECK.HTML
SECURITY TESTER----GFI/EMAILSECURITYTEST
SECURITY TESTER----NOSPAMTODAY.COM/EMAILSECURITY
SECURITY TESTER----WINDOWSECURITY.COM/SECURITYTESTS
SECURITY TESTER----PCFLANK.COM
SECURITY TESTER----GRC.COM
SECURITY TESTER----JASONS-TOOLBOX.COM
SECURITY TESTER----FINJAN.COM
SECURITY TESTER----EICAR.ORG

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( ( ( Locked Profile ) ) )
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For the most part these days you do need a 100% locked profile! You will need to lock it up if you changed any
of the FireFox about:config "DNS" settings to "0 or false!"

 For the most part the only file you need to lock up is "webappsstore.sqlite" but with higher security you need
to lock up more!

 As a start a "Locked Profile" is when most of the files in the profile is set to "Hidden, Archive, Read-Only."
All but "cert8.db and key3.db" they need to be set to "Hidden, Archive."
 Also the "webappsstore.sqlite" needs to be opened in WordPad & all deleted, then type in
Privacy Program & save then set to "Hidden, Archive, Read-Only."

 With FireFox you will have files that will pop up with a locked profile.
"prefs-1.js---sessions-1.js---localstore-1.rdf"---"NoScriptSTS.db.tmp." if you have "NoScript."

 So that is where you need that old program that deletes those files as they get on your PC.
http://home.dbdbdugbug.operaunite.com/Projects/content/KMFILES/CookieMuncher

 Even with that after you set what file to delete you will have to go find the "cookiem" file & the "CookieMuncher.exe"
Rename the .EXE file & also set them to "Hidden, Archive, Read-Only."

 And sometimes FireFox 4+ will have 4 files that will pop up & "CookieMuncher" can only delete 3 files.
 But FireFox 3+ only has 3 files that pops up! If you use the FireFox 3+ it should be 100% secured anyway
with a locked profile also! So over all I would say FireFox 3 is the better one being that it still gets a 14
on the security test at http://www.browserscope.org with my settings & "NoScript 2.5.6"
 Also anything above "NoScript 2.5.6" gives you a 13 on the security test, due to a bug it has.
But note I have a FireFox Profile replacement for 3+ that has all the securty setting running!
Other than that you need to look up the old version.
http://home.dbdbdugbug.operaunite.com/Projects/content/BROWSERS/Download.html

 To lock up the Opera browsers profile is hard, being that there are many files that pop up
with random names, mosly like "opr81D1.TMP --- oprC092.TMP etc..."
 Being random the "CookieMuncher" can't get them! So for security, Opera is not it, on a locked profile!

So really the best is FireFox 3+

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