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FireFox 6 Super Slow? Cache Settings Corruption



Ran into an upgrade problem with FireFox 6 which resulted in very bad performance for Web page loads. Turns out some configuration settings got mangled somewhere along the upgrade process. Here's what the problem was and how to fix it.
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