Firefox 107 Released With Power Profiling Support On Linux

Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 15 November 2022 at 09:40 AM EST. 9 Comments
MOZILLA --
Firefox 107 has been released as stable today by Mozilla.

Mozilla 107 is a rather small release and their first planned feature release of the year. Aside from security updates and some possible performance improvements with Windows 11 22H2, there isn't much to note with Firefox 107.

The only change benefiting Linux worth mentioning with Firefox 107 is power profiling now being supported. Firefox 107 on Linux now supports power profiling with Intel CPUs, similar to what has already been available under Windows 11 and also introduced now for macOS too.


The Intel CPU power profiling support with Firefox 107 depends upon Intel Runtime Average Power Limiting (RAPL) perf events being supported by the system and accessible by the user running Firefox.

Aside from the Intel Linux power profiling there isn't anything to really get excited about with Firefox 107. Downloads and more details at Mozilla.org.
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