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2 Handy Ways to Fix High CPU Usage in Google Chrome
It’s not rare for Internet browsers to consume an enough for a considerable percentage of your PC’s
resources, especially if you’re running Java or Flash in one or more additional tabs. If you see a CPU
spike while browsing specific pages, it may have bugged code, or the websites like Netflix and
YouTube, use plug-ins that are resource-demanding. However, if your Google Chrome browser
regularly shows high CPU usage irrespective of your browsing activity and it’s updated, then you
should turn off some add-ons or extensions, or reset the program to its default settings.
Note that resetting the Google Chrome eliminates all of your individual settings, except saving
passwords and bookmarks. So, before going to reset the program, you should contact Google
Chrome support experts and seek the alternate solutions which help you to fix the problems
without being reinstalled the Chrome. Here’s how to reduce the maximum CPU usage in Google
1. Disabling Add-Ons
Click the title bar right side or press "Shift+Esc" to launch the Task Manager in Google Chrome.
Click the ‘CPU’ button to check which task is demanding the most resources.
Note down the task name if it’s an extension or plug-in. Choose the process and then click the
‘End Process’ option to close the work.
Reveal ‘Settings’ from the menu and then click the ‘Extensions’ button, or enter
‘chrome://plugins’ into the address bar and then click ‘Enter,’ depending on which kind of
extension is consuming high CPU usage.
Search the appropriate plug-in or extension in the list. Click the ‘Disable’ option or uncheck the
‘Enabled’ to stop the add-on from performing.
2. Resetting Google Chrome
To reset the browser, click on the Google Chrome Menu on the toolbar and then click the
Choose the ‘Show Advanced Settings’ from the page’s bottom side and then click the ‘Reset
Browser Settings’ option.
Click on the ‘Reset’ button to get back your browser settings to default.
By considering these ways, you can easily fix the problem of high CPU usage in Google Chrome.
However, if you face any difficulties understanding any above outlined method, you can call at the
Google Chrome help number, which is one of the best ways to get quick solutions, especially if all
else approaches fail to troubleshoot the Chrome web browser issues.