This is 1 stuff which i found in CHIP Magzine. Feb’05 Issue. It also says if u are not using firefox then ur missing something….
Here it goes.
- Type about:config into adderss bar and press enter. Scroll down and look for entires : network.http.pipelining, network.http.proxy.pipelining, network.http.pipelining.maxrequest.
- Alter the enties as follows: Set ‘network.http.pipelineing’ to ‘true’. Set ‘network.http.proxy.pipelineing’ to ‘rue’ and set ‘network.http.pipelineing.maxrequest’ to some number like 30. It means it will make 30 request at a time instead of default value of 4 at once.
- Lastly Right click anywhere and select “NewInteger”. name it ‘nglayout.intialpaint.delay’ and set it to zero(0). This is the amount of the time the browser waits before it acts on information it recives.
It Really Works. Its a lil booster dose for our firefox. Though u’ll feel changes after a little while after u compare it to other browsers.