Despite Microsoft’s best efforts, Windows 10 users still prefer Google Chrome over the Edge browser. Unfortunately, sometimes Chrome can use too much CPU and memory for no apparent reason. When Google Chrome is open, it can use up to 40-50% of CPU power. The browser already runs more processes in the background than any other web browser on the market.
Users are usually warned when they notice that Chrome is opening a lot of processes and consuming too much CPU power. If you’re looking for a solution to prevent Google Chrome from consuming too much CPU and RAM, follow these steps.