Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world, but it still has a lot of problems, especially in Windows 10, and Google, the company behind Chrome, is working hard to fix some of its biggest problems: RAM usage and instability .
Chrome is known to use a lot of memory on a PC, especially when multiple tabs are opened at the same time, and this can not only slow down the entire computer, but can also cause Chrome to stop responding and crash.
Both Microsoft and Google have been working on different ways to fix Chrome on Windows 10 and it looks like Windows 10’s TerminateProcess feature can help reduce browser crashes.
Google has revealed that it is using TerminateProcess to help exit processes cleanly and that “this will prevent some utility process failures in Windows” and that “TerminateProcess has helped a lot in many types of processes”.
In simple language, this means that Chrome should run more efficiently on Windows 10, especially if you use it for long sessions with many tabs open.
Having your PC slow to crawl or being completely unresponsive is extremely irritating, so we appreciate any action by Google to help fix these issues. Google continues to experiment with the feature, along with several other fixes, and we should see a leaner and more reliable Chrome browser in 2021.
Via Latest Windows