Mozilla will release Firefox 112.0.2, which will fix memory leaks that occur when using animated themes and Web notifications with images that are not displayed on Windows 8
Animated Themes causing high memory usage in Firefox
Animated themes have been reported to cause performance issues, and the latest version has a high memory usage problem with them.
The issue is a regression from a resolved bug, where compositor CSS animations keep being sampled in fully occluded windows.
According to Mozilla, the issue occurs when users have animated themes, and one window is occluded or minimized, causing the memory leak to happen until the window is painted.
The company has patched Nightly and other pre-release channels, and the 112.0.2 update will address the issue in the release version.
Users who use animated themes should install this update as soon as it is offered.
Firefox 112.0.2 will also fix another bug where images were not shown on Windows 8.1 toast notifications, as well as a problem where Linux users with Bitmap fonts installed may have had entire sections of text visible to them on some sites
The update will be released soon, and users should keep an eye out for the update and install it as soon as possible.
You can check the release notes here (Not live).
Final words: Firefox 112 was released recently, and, Mozilla followed it up with a small update to fix Cookies Database corruption. Firefox to receive another period update 112.0.2 to fix high memory usage that occurs when using animated themes.