Find & Disable Power-Hungry Extensions in Chrome using Chrome Task Manager

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2 Comments

  1. Dan

    Thank you so much for this tip! Even works in Comodo’s Chrome-based “Dragon” browser; really easy to see power-muncher exts, and I was surprised at how much a few of mine eat up! Thanks again!

  2. Karla Marie Robinett

    Thank you! Chrome was freezing when I opened new tabs. This fixed it! Shockwave plugin was the problem.

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