chrome browser speed boost

Easy Way to Speed up Chrome Browser

It is always annoying when you are trying to access something on the Web and your browser hangs or slows down the process. The most annoying part is when the browser hangs to the extent that you have to kill the browser or shot down your system before you can do anything else. Shotting down the browser is not even the problem, but loosing all your current work and having to start afresh is.

For ease of use, it is important to know how to speed up chrome browser. It is always annoying when you are trying to access something on the Web and your browser hangs or slows down the process.

The most annoying part is when the browser hangs to the extent that you have to kill the browser or shut down your system before you can do anything else.

Shutting down the browser is not even the problem, but losing all your current work and having to start afresh is.

In this tip, I will show you how you can help speed up your chrome browser in a few minutes and also set your browser to always continue where you stopped each time it is killed accidentally.

To make your chrome browser start where you left off after an accidental shot down simply type “chrome://settings/onStartup” on your browser search bar and press enters on your keyboard.

This will load the start-up settings. Now make sure your “on start-up” is set to “Continue Where you left off”.

Close the tab and you are good to go. Whenever you close your chrome browser and open it again, it will always start where you left off.

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Ways to Speed Up Chrome Browser

Now talking about browser speed and its hanging, the first thing you should do is to scan your system for malware using Google chrome built-in scanner.

To do this, simply go to your chrome settings by tapping the three vertical dots at the top right corner of the browser. Then under settings, select “Advanced”. Then select “Reset and Clean up“. Under it then select “Clean up computer” then click “find“.

Now, wait for the scan to complete and delete the malware if detected.

Remember, one thing that slows down the chrome browser is opening so many tabs at the same time in your quest to keep track of your browsing. You know each chrome tabs consumes the memory resources.

Instead of having so many tabs open at the same time, you can use a Tab management extension.

Many use “oneTab” extension, but there are other ones like “session Buddy” and “The Great Suspender”.

To install the chrome extension of your choice, simply search on Google for eg. “oneTab Chrome extension”

Select the first search result and now download and install the extension.

After the installation, whenever you load your chrome browser, you will see the extension icon at the top right side of your chrome browser.

Whenever you have so many tabs opened, click on the icon and it will turn them all into a single tab having the list of all your opened tabs in it.

From the tab list select the one you want to work on and it will load on a separate tab.

If you are a Chrome lover try these out and enjoy surfing the Web.

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