“Nothing heats a Mac up (or drains its battery) faster than power-hungry Flash content running on a web site. Apple’s finally giving Mac users the means to cut that off at the knees with a new technology in Mavericks called Safari Power Saver,” Peter Cohen reports for iMore.
“Even the more conscientious Mac user is bound to miss it once in a while when a web page laden with Flash content loads,” Cohen reports. “All of a sudden you’re watching your battery meter drop rapidly and you notice the MacBook is running really hot, and oh, that noise – the fans have gone into high gear trying to get heat away from the motherboard.”
Cohen reports, “Apple says it a Mac CPU running Safari Power Saver can use up to 35 percent less power than before.”
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