Une webextension peut bloquer ou modifier le contenu d'une page. Les possibilités sont donc nombreuses de bloquer ce qui est inutile ou lorsque c'est possible d'optimiser le contenu.
Quelques optimisations (optionnelles) faites par l'extension low—web :
Plus de détails https://github.com/lowwebtech/low-web-extension#details
The internet consumes about 8% of the electricity produced worldwide and emits 3 to 4% of total greenhouse gas emissions. Every request and calculation are a small amounts of electricity consumed and we visit billions of pages and websites needing to run millions of servers or devices like telephones always more powerful and ever more obsolete.
But while internet browsing energy reduction must be done, let’s not forget it will never have as much impact as the reduction of internet manufacturing and devices that connect to it. We need to keep our computers, phones, etc and repair them as long as possible.
Low—radical is an open source browser extension that shuts down data and websites from Amazon (for now).
The extension lets you choose between:
The content therefore remains visible in soft mode, it is just downgraded:
The extension also attempts to limit the use of AWS servers:
And in addition, you can modify all occurrences of the name Jeff Bezos, for example 'Jeff 🖕Bezos' (stay calm, this finger is just pointing to the sky ... the moon ... blueorigin ...)
Here are some explainations: