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I don’t remember how many extensions I download and use to make my work easier and often forget to turn them off after use. Because of this laxity, I have found that these improvements have slowed the performance of my chrome, so I have no choice but to remove them. Now working with the introduction of Chrome Task Manager has become easy. Yes, Google Chrome has introduced a web browser task manager that can help you detect and disable energy- and resource-consuming extensions in seconds. Chrome claims that it uses a so-called multi-process architecture that allows the browser to maintain its overall responsiveness.
For example, when you browse a website, Chrome uses a rendering engine to correctly display the website code. As rendering engines become more and more complex over time, the page can sometimes crash. By separating these processes from each other, Chrome maintains its reactivity. Therefore, if you encounter problems on a tab page, it should not affect the performance of the other tabs or the overall responsiveness of the browser.
Chrome Task Manager
- Click the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
- Select Tools. If you are using a Chromebook, select Additional tools instead.
- Select Task Manager.
In the dialog box that appears, select the process you want to close. There are five types of processes listed:
- GPU (GPU)
Chrome Task Manager allows you to register extensions that use system resources. It is advisable to disable these extensions if you do not use them often. Try Chrome Task Manager and let us know if you notice the difference. Don’t forget to leave us your comments.