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Status: New idea

There is a founction in Chrome called 'Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed' . It creates a process in background and occupies less RAM after closing all tabs, which can speed up opening new window. Is it possible to achieve this in Firefox?




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Firefox should provide a toggle to minimize them to tray since all the existing browsers provide similar options as shown below.



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My primary usecase is:

-  I like to keep as little visual clutter as possible, and to use as few resources as possible because my laptop is aging

- When I compulsively close Firefox, and need it a couple of minutes later, I am inconvenienced by:

  - Bitwarden requiring re-opening with master password

  - Tabs seem to forget session cookies (perhaps quite logical)


It would be great to be able to simply unload all tabs from RAM and minimize to system tray

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I want this functionality in Firefox as well. 

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I would love for this to be a feature as well. Bitwarden also being one of my primary reasons for keeping Firefox running without clutter.