Articles tagged “Windows”
In Firefox 110, users now have the ability to control which third-party DLLs are allowed to load into Firefox processes. Let’s talk about what this means and when it might be useful.
We break down how we reduced Firefox out-of-memory crashes on Windows with a simple trick. Poorly behaving web pages and apps are no longer capable of crashing the browser by exhausting memory.
If you’re new at developing VR content, maybe you’ve recently switched to a Windows PC. Coming from Mac and Linux systems, switching to and from Windows can be a challenge. If this is your situation too, here’s a walkthrough of one developer's setup for working with virtual reality, that maintains the comfort of a familiar context and minimizes disruptive context switches.