Co-worker is complaining that their Macbook Air keeps freezing up on them. They have 40+ tabs open on their browser, with approx 15-20 of them being to different stories in JIRA.
Nope, that's not Jira, it's their machine. Possibly the browser.
I'm typing this on a mac that has about 60 issues open in different tabs at the moment. I can see the browser is chewing up a lot of memory, and there's a process for each tab ticking over consuming a smidgin of CPU time, but the processor is ticking over at about 20% usage. The computer is completely usable, not even a sign of any go-slows.
The problem is not Jira, it's their machine, or how they are using it.
Hi @Jamie Jones
I don't think that Jira will slow down because of a user. If you have opened 40 tabs on a browser, your browser after a while will place them on "hibernation". Meaning that it has to reload the tab.
Jira cloud is optimized for performance, but sometime when many users use most of the server's resources, it might slow down a bit.
But your problem is about their hardware and not Jira. If the mac freezes, then check its RAM