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Hey folks, I have an idea for a proposal, hopefully it's not too late to get it reviewed :sweat_smile:
A modern web browser has many moving parts:
- scripts running in a tab (website scripts, content scripts)
- scripts running in the background (background scripts)
- scripts running in a devtools panel
- other things
When one part consumes too much of the CPU, the current best practice AFAIK is to eliminate possible culprits one by one, by terminating them.
This is a tedious and primitive way of solving CPU-performance-related issues.
Provide a fine-grained view that displays the consumption of each part (a background extension, a tab, or something else) alongside the Memory column in the Task Manager currently accessed through
With this kind of view, it would be much easier for users to identify malfunctioning parts and terminate them efficiently.
in Windows 10:
This solution is borne out of frustrations that I had trying to solve an issue of high CPU spikes on my Firefox desktop, and I would love to be able to improve the state of things by contributing via GSOC!
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