Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers in the world. However, one of Chrome's most serious illnesses is consuming RAM. If you often open multiple tabs on Google Chrome, your computer will start to slow down and gradually slow down.
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Chrome will create a new " process " with each Tab you open. The latest version of Internet Explorer also works the same way. And the reason why this works is quite " bad ": each Tab will have a " process ", many tabs will have many " processes ". So if a Tab has " crashed " then only that Tab will " crash ", the browser will still work normally. That means you won't lose all the remaining Tab if you're opening 13 Tab for example.
However, the disadvantage of this operation is that each " process " will need a certain amount of RAM. If the Tab has Flash Player or information content, " process " will consume quite a bit of RAM. Fortunately, you can force Chrome to work in another way by adding a " process-per-site " command. Meanwhile, Chrome will only use one " process " for each loaded site. Of course, this change will affect Chrome's productivity.
You can check to see how many " processes " Chrome is using by opening Windows Task Manager ( Ctrl + Alt + Del ). Switch to the Processes section. How many chrome.exe is the Tab you are opening.
Step 1 : Find the shortcut you use to start Chrome, it's usually on the desktop.
Step 2 : Right-click the shortcut, then select " Properties ".
Step 3 : After the Properties panel appears, select the Shortcut tab. In the Target box, scroll down to the end point then add --process-per-site.
Step 4 : Turn off Chrome and open it again.
Step 5 : Enjoy the results!