Are background tabs CPU limited like Chrome 57?
Chrome 57 implemented CPU limitations for background tabs. I'm not sure if that feature is unique to Chrome or is included in the Chromium open-source code. Does Vivaldi support limiting CPU usage of background tabs?
Hi, you could check with Vivaldi task manager (Shif + Esc).
Background tabs are using nearly 0% CPU only RAM.
Well, in my current Vivaldi Snapshot (based on Linux Chromium 59) there's a bunch that seem unique to power limiting.
I see such:
chrome://flags/#disable-background-video-track. I don't like this to be enabled. It make video stutter to catch frame if I leave tab then back.
So yeah, Vivaldi support what Chromium has (not all). And those obviously Chromium original not Google Chrome. Officially, Google only add itty-bitty little things random stuff.
I currently testing/playing with a bunch of startup command line flags, including those above. Vivaldi CPU all time low.