End Process For Single Tab In Google Chrome To Get Optimum Performance

google-chrome-logo Task Manager on Windows is used to control the performance and applications memory consumption. One can end the process for an application to use the same memory for other. This way he can optimize the performance of his computer. There is no doubt about the speed of Google Chrome but it consumes so much memory.

Google Chrome creates different instance for tabs opened in Google Chrome. So when you will check the task manager, you will find more than one instance of Google Chrome over there and will be confused about which one to end to close a particular tab. Here is the screenshot of my Task Manager where you can see four instances of Chrome.

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On windows task manager, it is no where written that which instance is there for a particular tab on chrome. That’s why it is bit confusing from there to end the process of a single tab.

Google has provided a “Task manager” inside the development section of the Google Chrome thru which you can end the process of a particular tab and control the performance of Google Chrome. We have already provided the detailed way to use Google Chrome Task manager, here you can see the screenshot of the same. I have opened Google, Bing, Internet Techies and Yahoo on Google Chrome. Here you can see them on task manager and end the process or close them,

task_manager_chrome1 Choose from different bookmarklets for Google Chrome to get maximum from the browser. Still way to go for Chrome.

Embeded is the Video Tutorial For Same,

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.