His work has been published in the proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and of the Symposium on Combinatorial Search.Their solution exploits an alternative framework to Java Collections and uses best practices for avoiding excessive garbage collection.

If you don't have Xulrunner 1.9.1 installed then you'll have to try those other solutions. In my case, the key to eliminating the XUL Runner 1.9.1 was in finding the registry entry: HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-4084633196-3991238857-972333920-1000/software/mozilla/firefox/chrome.

The “chrome” folder contained two files and a sub-folder named “content”.

Beginning a few weeks ago, my Firefox browser (the latest non-beta at that time) began redirecting when clicking on returned Google hits, instead of the websites listed in those return hits, usually to those standard "search" websites that are nothing more than a registered domain name site with links similar to what my Google search terms return hits were.

I used Malware Bytes, and several other spyware/scumware remover programs and was unable to fix the problem.

Oh, and another thing: when it takes you to the bad website, you can't click on the back button to get back to wherever it was you were. == This happened == Every time Firefox opened == it might be a coincedence, but it started when I installed AVG and the yahoo toolbar came with it.

I disabled it, but maybe Your issue may be caused by Malware. Spyware Terminator - all programs detect the same infection) In addition, there are a number of forums you can use to help get rid of your infection.I figured it out after I tried "Hitman Pros" and some other stuff ffrom Kapersky, etc. I "disabled" Xulrunner 1.9.1 and the redirecting went away.If you don't have Xulrunner 1.9.1 installed then you'll have to try those other solutions. Before you try the other complicated solutions, this worked for me today.I found this path thanks to another poster here who tipped me off to the fact that the problem might be being caused by a Firefox extension.Then I was able to stop the problem by selectively disabling my extensions one by one till I found the one causing the redirections. Finding the registry path was strictly hit-or-miss because I didn’t know the name of the files I was looking for.There often comes a time when you are tinkering with the latest Android apps and suddenly Google Play market pops up annoying “No Connection, Retry” error message even though your Wi Fi/3G/LTE connection is working smoothly and all the other internet apps are running fine.