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"Difficult to tune it up correctly"
the idea is good
beside still bugs 9the commands are not working in the windows as they claims) it's easier to make mistakes and blocking some necessary activity than have advantages.
It's necessary to lead the user to take good decisions or suggest some preset and clean up some not working commands.
I could make examples of confusing statement about what is suspended in a window and not in another one, what should work but is not.
But then... a good guide for the most popular and CPU sucking apps should be there (Chrome helpers, renders and other long lists of mysterious processes, most of them for sure 'suspendable' but not without risks of bad behaviours like toggling between applications