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Display problems with Firefox

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I am having display issues with Firefox that other people also seem to be having. People seem to describe it as a 'artefact' issue. If you look at the Intel Community site https://communities.intel.com/thread/100807 you will see a long thread on this, and many people having the issue. It seems to be an Intel Driver issue but only with FF. Do you have any thoughts on a resolution?

I am having display issues with Firefox that other people also seem to be having. People seem to describe it as a 'artefact' issue. If you look at the Intel Community site https://communities.intel.com/thread/100807 you will see a long thread on this, and many people having the issue. It seems to be an Intel Driver issue but only with FF. Do you have any thoughts on a resolution?

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Hi   !
You will probably already have checked to see if there are updates for your graphic drivers,   but just in case:
https://support.mozilla.org/kb/upgrade-graphics-drivers-use-hardware-acceleration

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I did, and you will see from the postings on the Intel community that the updates did not fully fix the issue. It seemed to help some people but not everyone. it helped until just before the latest Windows 10 update in September, and since then it has all gone wrong again. Many people say if you switch to Nvidia when using FF it will fix the issues at the expense of battery life. But I have no idea how to do that and not sure I want to.

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sledgehammer100 said

I did, and you will see from the postings on the Intel community that the updates did not fully fix the issue. It seemed to help some people but not everyone. it helped until just before the latest Windows 10 update in September, and since then it has all gone wrong again. Many people say if you switch to Nvidia when using FF it will fix the issues at the expense of battery life. But I have no idea how to do that and not sure I want to.

I have flagged this is a duplicate question,   so, let's continue this here:   /questions/1140217.

Modified by Happy112