Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by SAM-R, Mar 18, 2019.
What does 0.1% mean? 0.1% of what?
How much is it in real life and how did you measured it?
It is possible that an extension or a rotten site is the cause of this. It is possible to look at the process or processes involved via the browser task manager.
0,1% CPU usage ofc
Yes, everyone understands that 0.1% of CPU usage, but how much is it actually?
0.1% means one hundredth, but one hundredth of what? What is the numerical value of that one-hundredth? How many GB or MB?
There is a big difference, either one hundredth of 2GB or 64GB or of128GB...
Well, he said 40-50% CPU usage when he's using Edge. When I'm surfing the internet w/ Edge my CPU usage is around 0,1-0,6%.
I got 16GB of RAM.
Using.. megabytes of CPU..? I don't even want to know.
I have a weird problem lately, it the page is full with gifs or couple of videos are on, Edge will stuck and after couple seconds the gifs/videos will turn green.
Does someone has his problem?
Fastest way to re create this problem is with WhatsApp Gifs search.
yeah, edge lol
I often have trouble with videos, I don't look at gifs often in the browser so I don't know about those. I either have to have the cursor on the video for it to play, which will fail after a few seconds anyway or all videos will just give an error message. I have just been defaulting to firefox lately, till they fix all these things they have been breaking lately.
is this a joke? Of course my CPU is 12TB PER CORE
In what sense a joke? What's funny for you?
1% is 1 / 100
0.1% is 1 / 1000
Fantastic answer, but how does it relate to the question.
The discussion seemed to be about % cpu usage and a poster was out in his definition of percent by a factor of 10. The difference between say 10% cpu and 100% cpu is quite significant.
Apologies if I appeared to be trolling.
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It's back in build 86.0.620.0
I have a question, why edge chromium dont play videos on youtube with AV1 codec? in the options of youtube playback and performance i cant see the option AV1 setting.
AV1 is a video format standard that is developed and managed by the Alliance for Open Media, an alliance that includes dozens of major manufacturers and digital giants like Google, Apple, Amazon, and Samsung. This non-profit alliance was developed to form an open video standard that is more efficient and affordable for all kinds of users on all sorts of devices.
A number of tech companies started developing open video standards such as Google's VP9, Mozilla-backed Dalaa, and Cisco's Thor.
What one You don't see here? It is Microsoft. And as You know, Microsoft removed everything related to Chrome from this new Edge exluding basecode.