How Firefox Addons remove your anonymity/privacy:
The addon collects data on the Tor browser user. Many addons usually collect some form of data and even if the Tor browser does protect the user to some extent, it's still going to hurt the user's privacy.
Example addon: Last Pass Password Manager (there are many others)
Last Pass Password Manager is a ...
I am not sure, but I am guessing you might be encountering a blank page?
This is copy-pasted from my reddit post: https://old.reddit.com/r/TOR/comments/lmrdk6/tor_browser_safest_security_and_duckduckgo/
How to fix it
Enable noscript in the NoScript options:
Click on the hamburger menu (three bars in the top right corner)
The three dots for NoScript
Having another non-Tor browser open will deanonymize you if it is correlated with the information the other browsers/programs provided. This means that you should avoid visiting the same websites, using the same accounts, etc.
Assume that you have two accounts on a website, a public account which you access with a regular connection and a ...
This post on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TOR/comments/8x7dwj/why_public_wifi/ is a good source to answer this question. As one Reddit use stated, if your Internet Service Provider can see you are using Tor (assuming you directly connecting to the guard node) and is also the Internet Service Provider of the connection endpoint like the website (which is ...
You should use your system's default for all tcp timeouts, which is likely 60-90 seconds.
A quick diff of the about:config settings matching network.http*timeout in the following two browsers:
Mozilla Firefox 78.6.1esr and
Tor Browser 8.5.5 (based on Mozilla Firefox 60.9.0esr)
...shows two differences