How to Reduce Memory Usage in Google Chrome with Low Priority Task Flags
Google Chrome is one major resource hog, there’s no doubt about that, and the more tabs you open in the browser, the higher its memory usage.
Most Windows 10 users found this the hard way, but this didn’t stop Google Chrome from becoming the number one desktop browser out there.
According to third-party data provided by NetMarketShare, Google Chrome has a nearly 70 percent share, which means that approximately 7 in 10 PCs run Google’s browser.
This is impressive, to say the least, but at the same time, the aforementioned insane memory usage is quite an issue for a growing number of adopters.
Google is already working on improving the memory usage with several updates, and one of them has recently been included in the Canary version of the browser. Google Chrome Canary is the search giant’s own testing platform for Chrome experiments, so … (read more)