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Many would say that Chrome is the best browser on the market. It is certainly the most popular, used by more than half of the online world. But it is an animal that can slow down your computer to a crawling state if it is not checked.
Multiple tabs, dubious extensions and overactive plugins can make you feel like you’re using Windows 3.1 on a Pre-Pentium 486 without turbo enabled.
Of course, if several tabs are open in the Chrome browser, the “Session Restore” function slows down the browser! No matter how popular or fast your browser is, it will crash for a variety of reasons. So, if you don’t want this to happen, follow the steps below to stop it. The Google Chrome browser has two indicators that users can enable to improve session recovery and performance.
Infinite session restoration – As the page description reads, infinite session restoration reduces the number of tabs that are loaded simultaneously during session restoration to improve the responsiveness of the foreground tab.
Almost inactive page – Allows you to restore the session with a load definition that awaits the CPU and network standby phases.
To improve the responsiveness of session restore in Google Chrome, simply enable the setting via two settings.
There are not too many tabs open!
One of the best ways to speed up Google Chrome is to reduce the number of tabs you’ve opened (yes, I know I’m a good speaker, I’ve opened about 20 tabs…….. do as I say, not as I do!).
Suspend unused tab pages
Suspended tabs are a good alternative to closing.
If you are like me, you have dozens of browser tabs open all the time. And most of the time, you keep it open to remember something, not because you use it at that time.
Instead of skipping tabs one at a time, you can save an entire browser window full of tabs at a time. You can then close them all at once and significantly reduce the load of Chrome on your computer.
If you want to resume work on the saved tabs, you can reload them exactly as they were in a full browser window. It has the same disadvantage as the large suspender belt, i.e. the restored tabs are loaded from the Internet, so if something has changed or the page is no longer available, you cannot restore the tab.
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