15 promises to reduce Firefox memory usage occupied by their complements
The Internet browser nonprofit, Mozilla Firefox, promised to solve the problems of memory consumption caused by supplements. In version 15, with a departure date for 28 August, common memory leaks caused by add-ons, the company said.
The Mozilla knows that this is their great disadvantage compared to other browsers, so that even one of the engineers of the Foundation, Nicholas Nethercote, addressed the issue saying that they have finally managed to patch the problem with supplements.
Thus, the need to regroup supplements with new versions of the SDK is now less urgent than it was a couple of days.
Link: Update on Leaky Additional Add-ons (Mozilla Blog)Tags: 15, Add-on, browser, Browsers, Firefox, Internet, Mozilla, supplements