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How to Analyze Power Usage of Websites in Firefox | #firefox | #chrome | #microsoftedge | #hacking | #aihp

Hello everyone, today in this article we will show you how to analyze the power consumption of websites in Firefox. Firefox version 104 was recently released for the desktop version, the Android version and the iOS version and made a number of functional improvements. Firefox now supports scroll-snap-stop and recapture properties. Users can use the always and normal values of the scroll-snap-stop property to specify whether or not to pass the snap point, even when scrolling quickly. Recapture attempts to preserve the last capture position after any content/layout change. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

Firefox is a smaller, faster and in some ways more secure Web browser than the Mozilla browser from which much of its code was originally derived. Compared to Internet Explorer, the most popular Web browser, Firefox offers users a cleaner interface and faster download speeds. As of November 2008, Firefox held about 20 percent of the worldwide browser market share. Internet Explorer held about 70%. Before proceeding, we recommend you to update Firefox browser

How to Analyze Power Consumption of Websites in Firefox

Step 1: Open the website that you want to analyze.

Step 2: Select Menu > More Tools > Web Developer Tools, or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-I to open the interface.

Step 3: Optional: I suggest you move the interface to the bottom of the Firefox window by selecting Menu > Dock to Bottom.

Step 4: Switch to the Performance tab in the Developer Tools interface.

Step 5: Select the Power option under Settings.

Step 6: Activate the “Start recording” button.

Step 7: Use the website as you would normally.

Step 8: Activate the “Capture recording” button to end the recording.

Step 9: The Firefox Profiler website is loaded automatically.

Step 10: Locate the Power readings at the top (you may need to scroll down to find them).

Final Words

We hope you enjoy our article on how to Analyze Web Site Power Consumption in Firefox. Firefox lists the amount of CPU power, CPU cores, and iGPU required by the website during use. Moving the mouse over the data gives the actual reading, for example, 6.89 W at the end of 10 seconds. If you liked our article, please share it with others.

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