Chrome Not Responding... Too Many Open Tabs

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Chrome Not Responding...

Saturday, March 24, 2018

 Too many open Tabs?

 

 

Chrome Not Responding?

 

If you are a G Suite user like myself, living in and running my business through Chrome with a 100 open tabs, you probably know the feeling...

 

On both, Windows and Mac Chrome becomes very slow or non-responsive if you have too many open tabs.

 

It is a pain in the backside, I know...

 

Thant's what my clients tell me too.

 

I have been testing a new Chrome extension "The Great Suspender" and think it is the solution to our problem.

 

It automatically suspends unused tabs to free up system resources and works like a charm.

 

Add it to Chrome from the Web Store: 

 

The Great Suspender

 

(https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/the-great-suspender/klbibkeccnjlkjkiokjodocebajanakg)

 

Automatically suspends unused tabs to free up system resources

Unload, park, suspend tabs to reduce memory footprint of chrome. 


Tabs can auto-suspend after a configurable period of time or be suspended manually. Tabs can be whitelisted to avoid automatic suspension. Suspended tabs are retained after closing and reopening browser, preventing many tabs from all reloading after a restart.

 

Very simple, intuitive interface.

 

The Great Suspender is a lightweight chrome extension to help reduce chrome's memory footprint for users that like to have too many tabs open at the same time.

 

This extension will automagically unload each tab while retaining its favicon and title text.

 

A tab can be restored by clicking anywhere on the page when it is needed. This reduces the number of dom elements on the page and ensures no memory leaks or excessive javascripts are running.