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An add in for Chrome (The Great Suspender), suspends tabs after they have not been used for a period of time (default is 1 hour).
Firefox has some tab suspend tools which may help FF.
How is this killing SSD drives?
Yes, I’m confused what this has to do with SSDs.
It is reported by others (I haven’t done the testing:
“Firefox and Chrome have been found to continuously write so much data that it might affect the durability of SSDs. Both browsers write an incredible amount of data to disk, even when idle.”
Firefox and Chrome can shorten SSD lifetime
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