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How to use Chrome Task Manager to troubleshoot browser problems [Tip]
Posted By DavGit On October 26, 2013 @ 9:35 AM In Browsers | No Comments
According to ongoing market share reports, Chrome continues to dominate the browser market and for good reason. As a browser built after the Internet revolution took the world by storm, it offers many features that make it the most flexible browser today which makes you feel that it was built just for the Internet. While most of us are used to firing up Chrome for basic Internet stuff, there is quite a lot that happens under the hood and Chrome actually allows you to fiddle a little under the bonnet and see what’s going on.
However, as good as Chrome is, sometimes it can act up. If your Chrome browser seems to be crashing often, slowing down, or acts up in any way out of the ordinary, the Chrome Task Manager is a great way to discover what is ailing your browser and hopefully get it up and running again normally. This guide shows you how to use it to fix Chrome woes. Read on to learn more.
You of course need to have the Chrome browser installed and ready to go; ensure you are on the latest public release version and ensure you have a number of tabs open as well.
There you have it! Chrome Task Manager is an easy way to monitor your Chrome task processes, memory usage, and kill off processes clogging CPU and memory usage. It isn’t a magic wand for fixing Chrome issues but can help diagnose problems, notably ones caused by extensions. Enjoy!
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