Container.exe disable plugins (Plugin Container for Firefox)

With the release of Mozilla Firefox browser 3.6.4 appeared and a new trial . plugin container.exe.
For this executable lot of people complained or asked for access to the Internet and was detected as suspicious process firewall or excessive consumption of memory and CPU.

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What is plugin container.exe and helping him.

It happens often when visiting sites with Flash content (online games, flash presentations, flash sites), sites with video / audio, we're content can not access their specific applications that are missing plugins Adobe Flash, QuickTime or Silverlight. When we get in situations resemble this process and we are coneteaza internet plugin installs in the background that we need to access the content.
Normally this process should not consume a lot of resources, but in many cases it happens to stay hanging and reach amazing "performance", consuming a lot of RAM and CPU resources (especially during the installation of add-ons).

How disable Plugin Container (plugin container.exe)

If you feel that this process will not be useful or if you consume too many system resources, there are two variants. Uninstall Firefox & install or dezctivarea plugin container.exe.

1. To disable this process will have to open Mozilla Firefox and in the address bar type:

about: config

& click on “i`ll Be careful, I promise! "

2. In the list that opens we look for and set "false" for:

dom.ipc.plugins.enabled; false
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

config firefox

Restart Firefox. After opening the browser you will notice that this process plugins container.exe disappeared.
If there are problems accessing web pages with flash content, silverlights or @apple reactivate the above lines.

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