Yes, ladies and gentlemen, You can make Firefox go twice as fast with one simple option change. And it only has one draw back. The key? IPv6. By disabling IPv6 in Firefox, it doubles the speed. I guess this is because Firefox by default first checks for IPv6 adresses when it scans URLS, and then checks for IPv4 adresses. So by making Firefox stop looking for IPv6 adresses, it speeds up. Because 99 percent of the time, websites you visit, won't use IPv6 yet, so it's pointless. Of couse, in the future you will need to turn it back on. Because if you don't an evil monkey will move into your closet. Or more likely you won't be able to visit certain sites. Here is what to do: In the location bar, go to: about:config In the search bar (at the top of the about config page. Not the Google search box), type in: network.dns.disableIPv6 When this preference turns up, it will by default be set to false. Double-click it to set it to true, and disable IPv6 (obviously). Now restart firefox. Now everything should be faster. Remember, if you have any troubles, do this again, but set it back to false. Good luck, hope you like this little cheat. And god help me if everyone already knows about it. It will make me look like an idiot. Oh wait, this community dosen't flame others. I was browsing the GameFAQs and Bungie forums eariler, so I wasn't used to not getting flamed around every corner. Oh, and don't forget to meantion if you need any more help. And I am not liable if you screw up firefox. Anyway, a preference clear will do the trick if you do.