How to Fix Slow Chrome Browser Problems on Windows 10
Disabling Hardware Acceleration
Many Chrome performance problems are caused by the Hardware Acceleration feature. The first thing you should try is disabling that feature.
- Open a new tab and type chrome://settings into the address bar
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Show advanced settings
Disable Hardware Acceleration
- Next, scroll down to the bottom of the page
- If there is a tick in the Use hardware acceleration when available box, remove it
- Restart the browser
You should notice an immediate improvement in the performance of your browser.
If you are still having issues with the performance of your web browser, try disabling all of your extensions, and then gradually re-enabling them to figure out which one is causing the slowdown. Also, try browsing with fewer tabs open to see if the issue is related to memory limitations.
You may find that Mozilla Firefox or Opera performs better on your computer, depending on its specifications.
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