Chrome’s built-in Task Manager is a powerful tool that can be used to manage Chrome’s processes and extensions. It can be used to:
- Identify which processes are using the most memory or CPU.
- Force a process to quit.
- Disable an extension.
- View the network activity of a process.
To open Chrome’s Task Manager, follow these steps:
- Click on the three dots in the top right corner of Chrome.
- Select More tools > Task Manager.
The Task Manager will show you a list of all of the processes that are currently running in Chrome. You can sort the processes by memory usage, CPU usage, or network usage.
To force a process to quit, right-click on the process and select End task.
To disable an extension, right-click on the extension and select Disable.
To view the network activity of a process, click on the Network tab. This will show you a list of all of the websites that the process has been communicating with.
Here are some tips for using Chrome’s Task Manager:
- Use the Memory tab to identify which processes are using the most memory. If you are running out of memory, you can force these processes to quit to free up memory.
- Use the CPU tab to identify which processes are using the most CPU. If your computer is running slowly, you can force these processes to quit to free up CPU resources.
- Use the Network tab to identify which processes are using the most network bandwidth. If you are experiencing slow internet speeds, you can disable these processes to free up bandwidth.