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2016

How to Make Your Google Chrome Run Faster and More Efficently

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google-chromeLike other browsers, even Google Chrome can be slow and RAM demanding every now and then. Extensions, full temporary internet files cache and things like that can be the reason why Google Chrome may be slow. What follows is a small list of tricks that give your Chrome new horsepower in order to run fast and less resource demanding. Mind you, these are not hacks meant to modify Chrome under the hood. They are commons sense solutions you might have not think of! 

Here is a smart list of tricks to make your Google Chrome fast again:

  1. Copy and paste chrome://plugins on Chrome web address bar and hit Enter.
  2. You will be presented with a new window on your Chrome showing all the plugins you have installed. If they are too many or there are some you were not aware of, well, it is about time to disable them!

 

  1. Copy and paste chrome://settings  on Chrome web address and hit Enter.
  2. In the Appearance section have a look at your theme. If you have enabled or downloaded a fancy theme, it might be the cause why your Chrome is so slow. Click the “Default Theme” option to restore Chrome default and light theme.

 

  1. Copy and paste chrome://flags  on Chrome web address and hit Enter.
  2. Look for Enable fast tab/windows close.
  3. Turn the above option on. This option makes Chrome faster by closing windows separatly to any JavaScript code. By the way, the chrome://flags  opens up a window full of interesting options. You can play with them and be sure that if something goes wrong you can revert everthing to the default settings by hitting the “Restore default settings” gray button located at the beginning of the page.

 

  1. Copy and paste chrome://settings/clearBrowserData  on Chrome web address and hit Enter.
  2. Now proceed to select the checklist squares you want in order to empty Chrome temporary internet files/history/passwords etc folders.
  3. Hit the Delete data button.
  4. Done.

 

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. At the top right Chrome window, click More  Settings. (three dots in a vertical row)
  3. At the bottom, click Settings. Now, go to the bottom of the page and click “More”.
  4. In the “Privacy” section, check the box “Use a prediction service to load pages more quickly.”

 

  1. Copy and paste chrome://flags  on Chrome web address and hit Enter.
  2. Look for num-raster-threads.
  3. Change the value from Default to 4.

 

  1. Copy and paste chrome://flags  on Chrome web address and hit Enter.
  2. In the page, you should see lots of option. Look for enable-fast-unload.
  3. Click Enable.

 

Thanks to all these tricks you should experience a faster Chrome!

Again, be reassured that all thiese tricks are not dangerous in any way. Should you experience any issue, type chrome://flags and click “Restore default settings” button at the top right side of the page.

 

 

 




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