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not exactly a windows 7 issue but im wondering if this amount of disk i/o activity within 12 hours of normal computer uptime is normal for firefox 32 on windows 7?

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Firefox reads a lot of data from SQLite databases (bookmarks, history) so there can be a lot of disk IO.


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Firefox reads a lot of data from SQLite databases (bookmarks, history) so there can be a lot of disk IO.

 

 

yes i tried one or two tricks but doesn't seem to work. so it will be.. thanks.:)






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