Google Chrome & Multiple Processes. Google Chrome opens a process for every tab extension or addon once you open the Chrome browser. In other words each time you open a tab Chrome creates a process. Each time you install a plugin Chrome opens another process for the plugin. Chrome creates a process for each element of the browser.
Now Chrome should be running a single process for all the tabs. Solution 2: Eliminating Processes. Furthermore you can eliminate the extra processes to conserve resources this can be done using the built-in task manager that comes with the browser. For that: Open Chrome and launch a new tab. Press “Shift” + “Esc” to open the task manager.
Google Chrome is compatible with multiple operating systems and receives regular performance updates. However users complain that they also encounter some problems when using Google Chrome. For example Google Chrome keeps crashing Google Chrome uses too much RAM Chrome has so many processes in Task Manager and so on. At the same time in ...
Because Google Chrome creates so many Windows Processes they created their own TASK MANAGER to display and manage details for each process. You can easily start the Google Chrome Task Manager by just RIGHT CLICKING on any blank space in the Chrome title bar and selecting TASK MANAGER. Categories: Other Technologies Windows 11 10 8 7 & XP.
I have a client that is running into a constant issue with Chrome not opening. She will double click it and it won't open. When checking task manager Windows is showing multiple chrome processes as open. After closing one or two the rest of them seem to close automatically. After testing again Chrome will open. This has been a reoccurring issue.