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Many users are concerned about their web browser keeps consuming lots of RAM. It mainly because of the background processes which most users are unaware of. So here, I’ll describe ways to Fix Google Chrome Multiple Background Processes. This way, users will be able to visit multiple websites without having to worry about any lags.
4 Ways to Fix Google Chrome Multiple Background Processes
End Processes via Task Manager
- Click on the three-dotted menu icon from Chrome’s taskbar.
- Navigate to the More Tools menu and click on Task Manager
- Select a Chrome process that you would like to stop.
- Now click on End Process
Disable Background Processes
- Navigate to chrome://settings/ using the URL bar.
- Scroll down and click once on Advanced Settings
- Go to the System section
- Disable the Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed toggle.
Tweak Chrome’s Target
- Right-click on the Chrome’s icon from your desktop and select Properties
- Navigate to the Shortcut tab.
- Inside the Target space add the following tweak:
- Give one space before you enter the provided content.
- Now click on the Apply button to save changes
- Hit Ok
Customize Extensions & Tabs
One reason for the Google Chrome Multiple Background Processes situation is the number of tabs & extensions. I’ve seen users who have installed the so-many extensions on Chrome that they have even forgotten about. So such users need to uninstall/remove unnecessary extensions to speed up their internet browsing.
Also if a computer with 4GB of RAM and you have launched tons of unimportant tabs, then your PC has the right to slow down a little. Because every tab you open in Chrome consumes tiny bits of your RAM, so it would be better to either extend your computer’s RAM or close some unrelated tabs.
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