That's what I am doing. But if it is one of them, then I'd have to turn it off permanently and that would be an inconvenience, especially if it would be one of those I have installed for higher security reasons.
PS. Well, it's not add-ons. All are disabled and the FF froze again
firefox-bin eats 100% or 101% of CPU.
This usually happens when I access bookmarks. Either open the list, or click an icon on the Bookmarks Toolbar.
I'll try to run it clean and see if it happens again.