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How do you do it?.. How to increase the speed of the Google Chrome browser

Mones Hawass Books

Monday, May 15, 2023 07:00 AM

Chrome is known as a resource-intensive web browser, and while Google has added some features like memory and resource management features to the browser, it still consumes significant system memory and resources. Fortunately, there is another feature built into Google Chrome that allows users to check all running processes related to Chrome and manage them in order to free up system resources and improve overall system performance.

Perhaps the feature in question is the Chrome Task Manager, as it is a tool that comes with Chrome built-in and is similar to the Windows Task Manager, except that it only shows the active and running processes of the Chrome browser, and allows users to check all the active tasks and processes in Chrome. The Task Manager also allows users to close running tasks. and free up system resources.

To check and manage Google Chrome tasks and tabs, and free up system resources to improve system performance, you can follow these steps:

Steps to open Chrome Task Manager

1. Open Google Chrome on your computer.

2. Click on three dots in the upper right corner and click on More.

3. Here, click on the Task Manager option to open it.

Alternatively, you can also press Shift + Esc in Chrome or right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager.

Understanding Chrome Task Manager

The Task Manager opens in a new window and displays a list of processes and their associated resource usage. This includes tabs and services used by tabs or websites and extensions that are currently installed and active on the browser.

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How to manage Chrome tasks and services to free up system resources

All you have to do is look at all the active services and processes and those that you are not currently using or those that you find unnecessary, click on them and then click on End task, repeat the same for other services or tabs.

This will help you free up resources that Google Chrome consumes unnecessarily and restore some system resources and performance. Just be careful enough not to close the tabs or services you’re currently using.