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#1 2015-03-27 02:30:05

trustno1
Guest

media.peerconnection.enabled

should this be disabled and if so how?  can we on the epic broswer?

Also it kind of worried me when I shut off my computer and went to open epic it reopened all my tabs sad

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#2 2015-03-27 08:59:08

gimpy
Guest

Re: media.peerconnection.enabled

That command line is used in Firefox.

In the location bar type about:config and scroll down to media.peerconnection.enabled set the value to false.

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#3 2015-06-23 21:24:13

alok
Administrator

Re: media.peerconnection.enabled

Epic has a tab restore if the browser crashes or such.  If you shut down your computer without closing Epic, Epic restored your tabs.  If you close Epic properly, then tabs are not restored and all related data is flushed/deleted.

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