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7 tips to improve Google Chrome performance

If you have more than one Google Chrome tab open, you probably had to wait longer than you'd like for your pages to load. This is not just your browser thing, since Chrome is 'addicted' to RAM that slows down everything you try to do on your device.

If you use the Google browser on your computer, here are upgrade tips that can make your experience a little faster:

Close open tabs


The reason Google Chrome usually slows everything down because it needs a lot of memory to run its programs. In other words, Chrome is addicted to RAM and that means leaving multiple tabs open causes the browser to consume a lot of memory. After all, you may have noticed that it takes a long time to load pages when you have several tabs open, right? Therefore, closing most of them will free up system memory and make your browser faster.

Delete unnecessary extensions


For this tip, we have the same thought we had about open tabs: if you have several extensions downloaded, they will consume your system memory. In that case, they will not only slow Chrome down, but your system as well. Also, you probably must have installed a lot of plugins in your browser you don't even remember downloading. To delete them very easily:

  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. On this page you can see all installed extensions.
  3. To delete them, click To remove

Update Google Chrome


Your browser may be slow because you are not running the latest version of the program. Most of the time, Google updates itself, but sometimes it is necessary to do the procedure manually. To do this, follow the walkthrough:

  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. In the right-hand menu, untap Extenses and click on About Google Chrome
  3. This page will indicate if the browser is running the latest update if it is not possible to install manually.

Use the preload pages feature

ReproductionGoogle has a feature that allows pages to load faster than in other browsers. Basically, it will preload the page you are visiting using cookies that Chrome has collected during previous visits. In other words, this feature allows you to navigate much visited pages much faster than normal. To do this, follow the steps below:

  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. In the right side menu, clickAdvanced
  3. click in Privacy and Security
  4. Enable the setting Preload pages to enable faster browsing and searching

Find harmful software


  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. In the right side menu, clickAdvanced
  3. click inReset and clear
  4. click in Clean the computer
  5. In the tabFind harmful software click in Search
  6. Enable the "send Google details about harmful software, system settings, and processes found on your computer during cleaning" preference

Reset Google Settings

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No searching for rogue software finds anything if the problem is in Chrome itself. So if malware or viruses have entered your version of Google and are displaying annoying search ads or slowing down your system, one way to solve the problem is by resetting your browser.

The reset option will reset your home page, new tab page, default search engine, and pinned tabs. In addition, resetting Chrome also disables all extensions and clears temporary data. Don't worry, this won't delete your bookmarks, saved passwords, and history.

  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. In the right side menu, clickAdvanced;
  3. ComesReset and clear;
  4. click inRestore settings to their original defaults;
  5. click in Reset Settings.

Clear cached images and files

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A less aggressive option than resetting clear your cache. This can make the search faster since you must have multi-year cache images written to disk memory. To delete them is also easy:

  1. Enter 'Settings'
  2. In the right side menu, clickAdvanced;
  3. click inPrivacy and security;
  4. click inClear navigation data;
  5. Select only Thecached images and files;
  6. click in Clear data

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