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- This article includes some of the confirmed fixes for the Your tab just crashed error.
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Some users have posted on Mozilla’s forum about Firefox’s tabs crashing. Those users have said Firefox crashes with a Gah, Your tab just crashed error message.
Webpages don’t open when that error arises, and this can have a variety of implications both for your personal usage, and professional as well.
For this reason, in today’s guide we will explore the best way to resolve this issue, and get back to exploring the web using Firefox. Read on for more details.
How can I fix Firefox’s Your tab just crashed error?
1. Open Firefox in Safe Mode
- Click the Open menu button in Firefox.
- Select Help to open the submenu shown directly below.
- Select the Restart with Add-ons disabled option.
- Click the Restart button.
- Select the Start in Safe Mode option.
2. Turn off all your Firefox add-ons
- Click the Open Menu button.
- Select Add-ons.
- Toggle all the switches found on the page to close all add-ons.
3. Disable multi-process tabs
- Enter about:config in Firefox’s URL bar, and press the Enter key.
- Input browser.tabs.remote.autostart in the search box at the top of the about:config page.
- Click brower.tabs.remote.autostart to turn off that flag.
- Next, enter browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2 in your search box; and press the Return key.
- Double-click browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2 to change that flag to false as shown in the shot directly below.
- Then restart your Firefox browser.
4. Change your Firefox version
- Click that browser’s Open menu button.
- Select Help on the web browser’s menu.
- Click About Firefox to open the window shown directly below.
- If Firefox gets updated, restart the browser.
5. Try browsing with an older Firefox version
- Alternatively, try browsing with an older version of Firefox by opening the Index page for previous Fox releases.
- Click a Firefox release version to download.
- Click either Win32 (32-bit Windows) or Win64 (64-bit Windows), or whatever other platforms you’ll utilize the browser on.
- Next, select a language setting for the browser, such as en-US.
- Then click the Firefox Setup executable link to download the setup wizard.
- Open the setup wizard to install the older Firefox version.
These are some of the confirmed fixes for the Gah. Your tab just crashed Firefox error.
A lot of users have said that turning multi-process tabs off, as outlined in resolution three, can resolve the issue.
If you still need to fix the issue, however, try sending a crash report. You can do that by entering about:crashes in Firefox’s URL bar, and selecting a crash report ID to send.