Firemin is a small but reliable tool that runs from the system tray and try to decrease the memory consumption of Firefox or other browsers and try to eliminate possible memory leaks.
Since browsers stay open and running for days or even weeks on the computer, it used up over 3 GB of memory after a few days. Although Firefox and other browsers’ memory usage has improved over the last few years, it still uses a lot of memory. That’s why Firemin has created.
The company under Firemin, claims it is better than Windows Memory Management, and can run the clean memory API call a few times per second, rather than Windows Memory Management which performs similar operations less frequently. It is not proven that the method used by Firemin to decrease Firefox memory usage works, but the logic remains; if it works for you, go for it and if it doesn’t, stop using it. It’s that simple.
Last Update: November 01, 2023
Current Version: 220.127.116.1198
License: Freeware (Open Source)
Languages: Multiple Languages
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 11
- Changed: Default startup position now set to the middle of the screen
- Updated: Korean translation
- Updated: Simplified Chinese translation
- Added: Arabic translation