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Task Manager in Chrome browser

Just like your Windows machine, Google’s Chrome has a built-in task manager, letting you see  CPU usage, network activity and how much memory a site is using.

 
  Author: podtalje | Version: Chrome | 9th April 2014 |  
 
 
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To access Chrome's Task manager, open the browser and click in the top left corner of the windows.

 
 
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In the drop down menu select Task manager.

 
 
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You will now see a list of processes that Chrome browser is currently using.

 
 
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In the columns on the left you will be able to see memory consumption, CPU usage and network activity of each process.

 
 
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If you need more info, you can right click on any process ...

 
 
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... and select additional columns that you would like to see.

 
 
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There is also possibility to end the process in case it is using to much resources.

Just select the process in the list and click End process button.

 
 
 
   
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jackdenial, 24th Oct 2018, 9:50 AM
I was looking for the same solution actually, I have visited many sites but didn’t get the solution. Really thanks for sharing this, I have followed your steps and now I can access Google Chrome Task manager. Once, I couldn’t disable the Confirm Form Resubmission popup on my Google Chrome Browser then I have visited this link https://www.browsertechnicalsupportnumbe.... and resolve it.
 
   
 
 
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