Why my web pages become unresposive on Chrome?

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Hi guys,

I want to ask a question and it is about the Google Chrome browser for PC. The problem with this browser is it shows many time that the web pages have gone unresponsive Kill those pages or wait to get back normal. This problem was not seen many times previously but now it shows this every day I browse internet why? Please tell me how to fix this problem.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #187026

Why my web pages become unresposive on Chrome?

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Hello Ronnie,

Most of the time the usual cause of page unresponsive in Chrome is browser overload. Most sites in the internet nowadays have so many plugins like Flash, Java, WebGl etc. One remedy that I usually do since I’m a Chrome user also is to keep few tabs open, so many open tabs consume great resources that even a 2GB RAM cannot handle. Also don’t employ too many extensions and plug-ins in your browser. Regularly update your extensions and plug-ins since they not only will correct previous issues but will enhance performance as well. Ads can naturally slow down any browser and may cause it to hang. And lastly, there are network issues that may cause Chrome to hang. 

Answered By 0 points N/A #187027

Why my web pages become unresposive on Chrome?

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Hello, How are you? You should maintain the following procedure to resolve the issue:

Step 1 : In Chrome browser, click on the 3-bar icon at the top right corner.

Step 2 : Select and click on Tools option.

Step 3 : Select and click on “Clear browsing data”.

Step 4 : Check only the empty the cache option.

Step 5 : Select “The beginning of time” on the top, to delete everything.

Step 6 : Click on “clear browsing data”. If this process does not work, then click on the “Start button” on the “Task bar”. Go to “control panel”, select “add/remove programs” . Finally, uninstall Google Chrome. Again re-install Google Chrome using this link : https://www.google.com/chrome.

This may work. Learn more.

Moreen Jamnelly

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