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- di pjcamp, 9 mesi faValutata 3 su 5For me, doesn't do what it says it does. Tabs are not suspended, they are completely discarded. There are no distinguishing features between active and discarded tabs (icon is unchanged, there is no dot). Switching to the tab, it starts blank and has to completely reload itself from the Internet. If I were trying to continue reading on an airplane, lets say, I would be out of luck. Maybe that is what it is supposed to do but that is not the impression I got from the description.
- di Utente Firefox 15329142, 9 mesi faValutata 5 su 5Significantly more features than other tab suspender extensions. Allows tabs to be "whitelisted" on a per-session basis, and provides a lot of config options for enabling/disabling suspension (e.g. only suspend when more than 6 tabs inactive)
- di allan999, 10 mesi faValutata 4 su 5my go to suspender atm, the Best at 2019-09-05
does not suspend currently active tabs that match suspend rules :(
however does have a nice whitelist and timeout rules
- di Saeed Daneshi, 10 mesi faValutata 1 su 5! Malware ,Do not Install it. this extension is malware and damage to browser. this extension increase memory usage of browser and crash browser and decrease speed of internet browser and operation system and make other problem.
- di Utente Firefox 15237794, 10 mesi faValutata 5 su 5Good extension! It does what it says, and the options are pretty flexible.
My only complaints are: a) I wish it cached page data when discarding, b) I wish it wouldn't resume a page just because I've ctrl+tabbed past it; I'd love an option to make it resume on click as in The Great Suspender, and c) I wish it could do more about the FF memory usage, though that last one is as much on Mozilla as the author.