As described in my other question, Safari on OS X 10.6. is causing me massive problems (with my way of working like having many tabs in Safari open for a long time).
I just realized that after closing some (few!) of the many open tabs, instantly
- it became quiet - the cooling fan of the macbook was not spinning any more
- and I had >1 GB more free RAM (which is a lot, as I have only 3 GB in total)!!
It seems, that like very often in real life, Pareto's law applies:
20% of my open tabs might consume 80% of the ressources!
So my question:
- is there a way to identify those few tabs which cause safari to consume hardware ressources like crazy without closing them - maybe by analyzing the
Safari Web Contentprocess?