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In this article on tips to speed up your Google Chrome browser, we’ll show you how to optimize your Google Chrome settings for better performance. Many extensions and applications are available for Chrome and therefore tempting to add several to speed up the different tasks. However, adding too many extensions slows down the browser. This does not mean that you should not add extensions, but you can safely disable them if you do not need them.
In addition to extensions, there are many plugins that are not visible by default. The Settings menu shows you how many pages run in the background, but this is not the total number of plugins and extensions. Some extensions are loaded by tab, which slows down your browsing speed.
Note that the performance of other applications on your computer may also slow Google Chrome. To fully optimize Google Chrome, you may need to identify and remove these applications or set their processing priority to Normal or Low. You can change the process priority of applications using Task Manager.
I will not advise you to change the priority of Google Chrome to optimize performance. This is because Windows Task Manager does not recognize the different processes related to Google Chrome and displays them all as chrome.exe. You cannot see which process is the browser shell and which refers to different extensions and plugins. In this case, changing the chrome.exe process priority will further reduce the navigation speed.
Optimize and run Chrome Browser faster
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