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At 6 vs 6.6 processes/tab your numbers don't really make FF look much better.
I'm a bit surprised FF has apparently spun up almost all of it's processes at startup even with your only having a single tab open. It's 37 tabs and 7 processes here.
1 Top level process.
4 Shared tab content processes (to limit ram bloat FF only runs 4 content processes by default)
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9 tabs, 25 processes.
12 extensions loaded, and I believe each of those gets a process even if they aren't being used at the moment.
Most of the processes are sitting there with 0% CPU, Disk, and network; and memory below 30MB, so I don;t worry about 'em.
It makes sense to put each extension is it's own process: if it crashes it doesn't take the rest down with it.
It's changed: 7 tabs, 13 processes. Maybe each extension doesn't get a process ...
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