After making Task Manager available for Firefox browser at about:performance, today, Mozilla has added Process Manager at about:processes page in Firefox version to give information about tabs in Firefox running with details like memory and CPU they’re utilizing.
Firefox Process Manager
Difference between Firefox’s Task Manager and Process Manager
While the about performance reveals information about tabs and add-ons running in the Firefox browser and their energy impact on your system and what memory is consumed by each tab/add-on/browser, the newly made Process Manager displays the following data about each Firefox process:
- Tab or Process Name
To see Process Manager in Firefox in action
1. Launch Firefox
2. Type about: processes in the address bar and address bar
You can launch Process Manager in a new Tab in the Firefox browser by using the keyboard shortcut Shift+Esc.
Check Meta bug.for more details.
You can see all the Firefox internal pages including about: performance at about:about.
Did you know about Process Manager? Have you ever used Task Manager available at about: performance page in Firefox?
Summary: Did you know Firefox allows you to check Firefox process memory and CPU consumption at about: processes page? In this article, we’ve covered it and its keyboard shortcut and told how the Process Manager is different from Task Manager.