I place my private builds (Win32) of Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird.
These are my private builds of the Win32 version of Firefox. These builds are not the official builds of Mozilla. Personally made by me. Use it at your own risk. The features are as follows:
Firefox 44.0.1 [2016020515 en-US win32 tete009 sse2 pgo] (40.1MB)
Here is my usual way of updating my builds of Firefox:
"Firefox private build" is English version, but you can localize it in the following way:
(Firefox's version)with the string of Firefox's version (3.0.0, etc). It is necessary to match the version of Firefox and the version of the XPI language pack:
en-USto your locale string.
These are my private builds of the Win32 version of Thunderbird. These builds are not the official builds of Mozilla. Personally made by me. Use it at your own risk. The features are as follows:
Earlybird 38.5.1 [2016010913 en-US win32 tete009 sse2 pgo] (30.8MB)
You can replace the following DLLs with my Private Builds' DLLs.
If the problem is eliminated by using the following DLL, that means there will be some bugs in an old DLL. In that case, I would appreciate it if you could provide me with the version number of DLL in which the problem exists.
Please refer the following:
When you open tmemutil.ini and set the value of
2, tete009 build uses only a single logical CPU, so the symptom may improve.
Please try the following.
And yet, if there appears to be a problem with tete009 build, I would appreciate it if you could let me know the following information.
The tmemutil.ini file is a text file that contains the initialization options for tete009 builds. When the tmemutil.ini file exists in the root folder of tete009 build, tete009 build will get initialization data from it. The following keys are currently supported in the [General] section.
Enable or disable portable mode. If this value is
0, portable mode is disabled (default). If the value is
1, portable mode is enabled.
If you enable portable mode, the paths of application data folder (identify it with CSIDL_APPDATA) and the local application data folder (identify it with CSIDL_LOCAL_APPDATA) are replaced into the subfolders (AppData and LocalAppData) of the folder specified by the PortableDataPath. It means data such as profiles is saved within the folder specified by the PortableDataPath.
Specifies the place to save the portable data, when enabled the portable mode. Default value is
The PortableDataPath accepts a relative path. The relative path is based on the location of the root folder of tete009 build. If an error occurs when resolving the path, the default value (
PortableData) is used for the PortableDataPath.
Specifies whether tete009 build creates a binary crash dump file when an unhandled exception occurs. If this value is
0, a crash dump file is not created (default). If the value is
1, a crash dump file is created. On Windows 2000, it requires dbghelp.dll version 5.1 or above.
When tete009 build crashes, it would be helpful if you could enable this option and send the created crash dump file to me. This helps me identify the cause of the crash.
When tete009 build is stable, please disable this option.
Specifies the type of crash dump file. The value is specified as a decimal number or a hexadecimal number (prefix 0x), which is combination of the values from MINIDUMP_TYPE. Default value is
Please refer to GdiSetBatchLimit. If this value is
0 (default), leaving it to Windows.
The affinity mask for the threads of tete009 build. This value is a bit vector. On single-processor systems, this value is ignored. If this value is
0 (default), leaving it to Windows. Please refer to SetProcessAffinityMask.
Specifies environment variables. For example: MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
This is a shell extension, which permits Explorer to display the thumbnail images of Nikon's NEF files. Use at your own risk!
This DLL makes PicLens usable on Windows 2000. I confirmed this DLL worked well with Firefox.
If PicLens doesn't work, please disable it once and restart web browser. Run web browser again and enable PicLens.
The best timing for running tbind.exe:
This is a program icon changer (for Firefox or Thunderbird). I often hear the program icons of unofficial builds are not cool, so I made this changer. This changer may have a few bugs, so please create a backup copy of a target program before trying it.