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Hypno_Guru

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I am using Google Chrome and have win7.  I am attempting to download a video and it seemed slow.  I pulled up the task manager and saw under the  "Processes" tab that there were 13 listings of chrome.exe running.  (I only have one window open)  Is this normal?   


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Yisroel

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Hi Hypno_Guru, and welcome to G2G

 

You did not mention how much tabs you had open at the time. Chrome has every tab as a separate process (this in order not to lose all tabs if one crashes for some reason.)

 

Then you could open the Chrome Task Manager (Press Shift+Esc when you're in Chrome), there you see every process that Chrome has open what it is for. And yes it's normal for Chrome to have open a nice amount of process.

 

Hope this helps.


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Which is better to download YouTube videos. I am using You Tube Video downloader. Is this well enought? Please ......


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Third-party software is where many will find the best control for downloading online videos. Typically you just paste the URL for the YouTube video you want into the app, and it downloads the highest quality version it can find, probably in MP4 format.


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