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Chrome being slow / crashing


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TrollTaylor

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My google chrome has been really slow for a wile and crashing alot i did find a temporary fix wich is opening command prompt and typing in netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt but it only works every time i restart my pc...


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humble2k14

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TrollTaylor,

 

This can be caused from a myriad of issues and you may or may not have a Malware infection so its recommended that you read the Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide and after that have your topic moved (or re-created if need be) to the Virus, Spyware, Malware forum in an attempt to rule out or treat possible Malware infections.

 

In addition you may also check this guide: How to make Google Chrome fast again


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I have the problem of chrome eating too much resources. The taskmanager shows many chrome processes eating 300-400 mb of RAM. 20 tabs fill my 4gb almost full.

 

Does anyone have an idea why? It looks like the most RAM consuming tabs are the ones with Gmails and social networks.


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