I have several qubes that are meant to only run 1 program and only sometimes. For example I have my password manager qube that just runs my password manager which I only need on very few occasions. However I like to have these qubes running because it makes fetching the password much less cumbersome instead of having to wait several seconds.
I’m wondering if there is any optimization that allows some qubes to sleep or go inactive when you do not have an active window in them, this way my password manager qube would require much less CPU time and less battery life.
The things I figure you’d want to remove are all of the background processes in Linux, such as the clock and similar.
If this is too technically difficult to have done, is anyone able to elucidate what is technically difficult about this?