12 pics of the Firefox processor

Pics of the uncontrollable processor because of Firefox. I just read the pages of text (documentation), all the computer is running at 2% cpu and occasionally firefox uses 100% of CPU for 10-15 s. very unpleasant. Cooler to become noisy, I check the Task Manager to see what is happening... This takes place every 10 minutes, I'd say.

Add - ons:
Adblock Plus, the default options, do its job.
DownloadThemAll! -default options, very rarely used.
Firebug - inactive for all sites.
Flashblock - options by default, do its job.
Session manager - unused (no AutoSave, nothing).

Plugins:
Adobe Acrobat.
Java Deployment Toolkit.
Java Platform SE.
Shockwave Flash.
Shockwave for Director (he keeps to himself).
Windows Media Player plugin DLL.

All up to date.

Looks like this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/926601?e=es & as = aaq

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OK I got rid of the scary Shockwave for Director (from Control Panel > Add / Remove Programs > Shockwave > delete). I'll see now.
I've also got rid of Windows Media Player plugin, using the https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/troubleshoot-issues-with-plugins-fix-problems?redirectlocale=en-US & redirectslug = Troubleshooting + plugins #w_manually uninstalling a plugin

He did not, once again. Now I'm worried about security, as Shockwave was apparently not sure because it was not up to date. I remember that I disabled it, but it has been activated. In addition, he did not automatically check for updates like the addons.

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