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Be Careful if you use lots of tab while browsing internet

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Be Careful if you use lots of tab while browsing internet
Are you one of those? Who likes to have multiple Google Chrome tabs at the same time, then you might have noticed your laptop’s performance and battery life is suffering, or in other ways is not able to support you to the maximum.

Today in this article will try to find out why running multiple tabs are not advisable and what all difficulty you will face because of that.

Running all those webpages can take a toll on your machine, especially if they're very memory intensive -- but closing them completely might make you lose something you intended to come back to later.

Fortunately, there's one thing you can do to easily, kill tabs and reduce the strain on your laptop, without closing them completely.

Click on the 'Settings' button in Chrome (the three lines in the top-right corner, to the right of the URL field), and go down to 'More tools'.

Hover over this button and click 'Task manager' in the new menu which pops up.

You'll then get a list of all the tabs your browser is running, along with information about how much memory they're using up.

By clicking the 'Memory' button in the top bar, you can sort all the tabs to see which are using the most.

You can make the task manager window a bit bigger and increase the size of the columns, showing information about all the tabs you've got open.

Originally published on TOI 

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