Google Chrome – Tips to Speed Up Your Chrome Browser

Google chrome is a relatively rich browser when compared to Firefox, Opera, or Internet Explorer.

Used and updated to the fullest, this browser can still show stances of hanging off or slowing down when connected to the internet.

What Are These Ingenious Ways

1) Memory Allocation Changes

Users of Google Chrome can now improve their browsing speed by a simple trick of making some significant changes to the memory allocation. This is how it can be achieved.

Type ‘chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-area’ in the address bar of your chrome browser, after which you’ll be re-directed to an options page of which the first tab will have the default option enabled. Change it to 512 MB, and re-launch the application which actually is your computer’s actual memory but Chrome defaults it to a 128 MB for security reasons.

2) Extension or Add-on Removal

Almost every website has an extension and add-ons which are also regularly heaped upon your browser’s load. The task Manager as well cannot close the unwanted extensions for you. So you should remove the active add-ons from the leeching ones. Active extensions are supposed to be kept on a regular check to regulate your speed. So, you should disable all active add-ons while you are not availing it. To remove the unwanted add-ons or extensions, open setting and disable the Extensions, which will disable add-ons as well both mean the same.

Press SHIFT + ESC key to open the Chrome Task manager to view your usage and process details.

3) Removing Unwanted Plugins

Other than the PDF and Remote Viewer, no other plugins are essential for your browsers.
You can disable the unwanted ones by going to Chrome Settings, then Advanced Settings and then expanding content settings. This will give you a pop-up window listing all the plug ins. Please follow to delete the unnecessary ones from the list.

4) Task Manager Changes

Open up your Task manager by pressing SHIFT + CTRL+ESC, and then right click the chrome process and set the tab to high priority. This will make all the other processes lesser important and boost your browser loading time and speed.

5) GPU Acceleration

Go to the browser’s address bar and type ‘ chrome://flags’ and Enable GPU composting on all pages and also GPU accelerated CSS and SVG filters.

6) Unclick Developer Mode

If you do not use your browser as a developer, then go to the Tools tab in your browser, head to Extensions and uncheck the Developer Mode.

7) Usage Statistics Option

Disabling this option will ensure privacy and speed to your browser. Go to Google Chrome Settings and simply click disable on the ‘Automatically Send Usage Statistics and Crash Reports to Google’.

8) Syncing

There are unwanted syncing enabled for cookies and extensions that might slow your system. Go to Settings and click on the Sync tab and click to select your desired program.

9) Automatic Updates

Disabling the updates updating automatically will increase the RAM and CPU usage for the browser.

10) Usual Checks

Clear your browsing history along with the cookies regularly to boost up your browsing experience.

Run the disk defragmenter for your system regularly and the necessary scans to checks for malwares.

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