SpeedyFox 2.0.5

Your Firefox/Skype/Chrome/Opera/Thunderbird is working slowly? Boost them all in a single click with SpeedyFox absolutely for free!

Mozilla Firefox is by far the best feature-rich and fastest browser out there, but with the passage of time it slows down considerably. It will take a lot of time to load during startup, the overall speed will be effected, and browsing Histories will be too slow. This is very common problem and it occurs largely because of fragmentation of databases.

SpeedyFox is a brand new small utility that fixes this problem with a single click! It seems unbelievable but after you optimize your Firefox with this tool, you will get a fresh newly-installed feel because the speed indeed gets considerably faster. You will get up 3 times faster startup speed, browsing history will become faster, and performing operations with cookies will be quicker than before.

You get:

  • Boost Startup in up to 3 times!
  • Speed-up browsing history
  • Overall quicker operation
  • Smaller profile size
  • Available for both Windows and Mac OS

How often should I run SpeedyFox?
Depending on your browsing activity we recommend optimizing your profile once in 1-2 weeks.

What's new in this version:

  • Opera (Blink) browser support

Download: SpeedyFox 2.0.5 | 598 KB (Freeware)
Download: SpeedyFox for Mac OS X | 822 KB (Freeware)
Screenshots: >>Click Here<<
View: SpeedyFox Website

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audioman said,
How does it go further? Please explain.

From the website:

How does it work?

Firefox (and sometimes it's add-ons) uses SQLITE databases to store lots of its settings. By the time the databases grow and Firefox starts working slowly. SpeedyFox compacts those databases without loosing any data. Databases are optimized to operate faster and are decreased in size.

Yes, that says absolutely nothing about how it "optimizes the databases". In fact, since I know how this **** works, I can tell you that it does nothing that goes any further than plain proper usage of the browser.

NyaR said,
Why?

it's another program for the lazy. There are simple ways to help keep firefox running good such as limit plugins/extensions and if you don't want to keep a history log then you can tell firefox to remove it when firefox closes. I don't use or recommend such things. It's another external dependency. Next there will be something similar and claiming to do this and that.

I agree that limiting extensions and clearing the history and cache every so often can help to keep the browser running smoothly.

However this little tool goes beyond these usual practises, and actually does quite a good job of optimising and compressing existing profiles.

May I suggest that you give it a try, then return to post your experiences?

Not sure exactly what this thing is clearing tried it and got 30 MB to use on my computer I guess thats nice now I get to store like 3 more songs