The Embedded Browser Tab
The Social Profiles platform utilizes an embedded browser to perform various automated tasks, including following, unfollowing, liking, commenting, and more. As a result, each account on the platform is equipped with its own embedded browser.
Additionally, users have the option to manually navigate to social profiles using the embedded browser and execute specific actions. This feature is particularly useful for those who have proxies configured for their accounts, as the embedded browser automatically employs the corresponding proxy for each account
How to access the Embedded Browser Tab?
To access the Embedded browser tab where you can find options that are related to the Embedded browser, just click on SETTINGS then click on the Embedded browser Tab.
Embedded Browser Options
- You can enable a maximum of X primary embedded browsers to operate simultaneously, which execute essential tasks like running tools, publishing campaigns, and performing social profile actions in the background for each account.
- In addition, you can also allow up to X secondary embedded browsers to operate simultaneously, which execute non-essential tasks such as scraping and social exchange actions in the background for each account.
✅ Note that you can’t see the Embedded browser unless you open it using one of the Embedded browser buttons, you can still monitor them in the Windows Task Manager.
- The Embedded Browser windows can be automatically maximized when they are opened by enabling this option, eliminating the need to manually adjust the window layout every time.
- A maximum wait time of X seconds can be set for Su Social to issue a 505 error on the Dashboard, giving users more control over error reporting.
- Enabling the “Force kill embedded browsers” option allows Su Social to terminate tasks queued in the embedded browser if processes fail to shut down properly, though this feature is experimental.
- Users can allow the Embedded Browser to download files by checking this option.
- The option to prevent pop-up windows from opening while browsing manually in the embedded browser is available by checking this option.
- The “Use new text writing system for Facebook” option is only applicable when there is an issue with the way Su Social publishes text captions on Facebook, and should only be used in such cases.
- To save disk space, users can opt to stop saving Embedded Browser screenshots when errors occur by checking this option.
- Disabling GPU acceleration can enhance the performance of machines without a dedicated video card, such as VPS, and can be achieved by enabling this option.
- The framerate of the embedded browser can be reduced by checking the “Keep a low framerate for the Embedded Browser when not visible” option, which may improve performance.
✅ Even though the options we mentioned above can result improve performance, they may also reduce the visual experience when manually navigating the embedded browser.
- Checking the “Start Embedded Browser processes with a low priority” option will ensure that the embedded browser is given a low-priority process on your computer, preventing it from being prioritized over other processes in the queue.
- Users can set a limit for the maximum number of Embedded Browsers that can be opened simultaneously by enabling the “Open a maximum of X Embedded Browsers at the same time” option in Social Profiles when selecting “OPEN EMBEDDED BROWSERS FOR SELECTED ACCOUNTS.”
- Su Social can be configured to delete a specified number of cache files with every restart by enabling the “Delete up to x K Cache files with every restart” option.
- Enabling the “Delete all cookies cache files” option will remove all cookies cache files for all accounts.
- By checking the “Remember browser size and location for each account” option, Su Social will recall the embedded browser location and size for each account.
The Embedded browser tab containing the options described above provides users with the ability to configure various settings related to Su Social’s embedded browser. These options allow for greater control over the use of the embedded browser, including the number of embedded browsers that can be used simultaneously, cache and cookie file management, and other options that can improve the performance of the application.