Process Manager and addon manager

(gegemon2012) #1

Going to quantum I ran into some problems. I found a replacement for the webextension set of old plugins. After installing them, my quantum became almost as slow as the old “firefox 56-” and gluttonous to memory as google chrome and I thought maybe some new webextension will survive memory … So on google chrome there is a convenient and understandable for ordinary users the process manager through which you can see which extensions use a lot of memory but why not go ahead and do the addon manager through which it will be convenient to see what extensions to what are accessed. This is conveniently implemented in android phones where you can see which applications for example have access to the camera phone or internal memory.

(YFdyh000) #2

(gegemon2012) #3

8 years ago, an application was submitted … I think it will be another 20 years when it is realized …