JavaScript on FF 35.0.1 on Windows Update 8.1

On nearly every page, FF freezes for 10 to 20 seconds and when I can get an error message, it is a script Javascript running slowly and there are the usual choices: continue, debug, Stop. This does not happen with Chrome 39.0.2171.95 dev - m or IE 11.0.15.

I have a dual-boot machine and when I use Ubuntu LTS 14.04, this version of FF has no problem.

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Piniella said

On nearly every page, FF freezes for 10 to 20 seconds and when I can get an error message, it is a script Javascript running slowly and there are the usual choices: continue, debug, Stop. This does not happen with Chrome 39.0.2171.95 dev - m or IE 11.0.15.

I have a dual-boot machine and when I use Ubuntu LTS 14.04, this version of FF has no problem.

The problem went away after I ran AVG, Malwarebtes & CCleaner

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