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i also don't have this problem but it is an issue effecting some people
this is a solution from BorderPatrol another LQ contributor
1)Type about:config into the location bar and press enter
2)Right click any line to bring up a sub-menu
4)paste this into the dialogue that appears: browser.cache.memory.capacity
5)Next click Okay
6)Specify the amount in kb (about 60000 should do) in the next dialogue that appears
7)Restart Firefox and happy surfing.