SpeedyFox – Tool to Increase speed of Firefox browser

Mozilla Firefox is preferably the most popular and best internet browser worldwide. The main problem with Firefox is its long start-up time and high memory consumption. So, I’ve found an amazing tool which fixes this problem easily.


SpeedyFox is a free tool which aims to speed up your Firefox. After optimizing Firefox with this tool, you will get up to 3 times faster startup speed, browsing history will become faster, and performing operations with cookies will be quicker than before.

SpeedyFox increases speed by compacting the fragmented databases without loosing any data. It automatically detects your Firefox’s default profile. To use it, select your profile and click the Speed Up My Firefox button.

The whole optimization process is safe as it does not effect your history, bookmarks, passwords, etc.

Download SpeedyFox [Portable version]

Thanks visy199 and Nirmal for notifying me about the mistake.


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor-in-chief of WebTrickz. As a Technology enthusiast and an Internet addict, he loves sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter.

4 Responses

  1. visy199 says:

    Last link is goes to SmarterFox add-on!

  2. Nirmal says:

    First of all SpeedyFox is not an add-on, its an external application which will optimize Firefox for any profile, secondly you have provided totally different add-on link at the bottom of the post.

    Did you try installing this tool before writing this post?

    • Mayur says:

      Sorry for the big mistake!! I mixed up 2 things as they sound same. Editing the post. I can’t try it as I’m currently using Ubuntu coz my HDD has gone bad.

  3. Roberto says:

    Speedyfox is neither an add-on nor an extenstion. But it doesn’t show up in a list of installed programs either, not even in Revo Uninstaller. This indicates it’s quite secretive and invasive.

    Several anti-malware programs identify speedyfox as a high-risk app
    Some users think such results are false positives.
    But the same anti-malware programs that identify it as dangerous can’t seem to remove it.

    All the above makes me want to get rid of it.
    The developer of speedyfox must know how, but he’s not telling.

    Anyone know how to remove it?

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