These techno-tips work for both Mac and Windows.
Tip 1: Update Google Chrome
If you have not shut Google Chrome in a while then maybe there is an update waiting for you, it can convey if there is an update on later releases of Chrome as the menu will variation from green to yellow and then red to signify how out-of-date the chrome browser you are running .
For Chrome to check for an update, type chrome://help and follow any prompts.
Tip 2: Disable undesirable extensions
Type chrome://extensions in the address bar and disable any unsolicited extensions. Either uncheck box to disable the extension or click the trash, it can to delete it.
Tip 3: Disable annoying plugins
Type chrome://plugins into the address bar and disable any uninvited plugins, click the link to disable.
Tip 4: Check for spyware and other junk
Windows users can make use of Google’s Software Removal Tool. It might also be a good idea to scan the system using any anti malware software, Malware-byte’s Anti-Malware Software is a good option for the same.
Tip 5: Clear the cached Contents
If you are getting low on disk-space then you might find Chrome will speed up if you clear the contents which are in the system cache. Type chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar & select files option. For better results clear cached items from the beginning of time.
Tip 6: Discarding Tabs
Type chrome://flags into the address bar and find Enable tab discarding. This feature speeds up Chrome by allowing tabs in the background to be discarded from system memory if it’s getting low in size. Then click the RELAUNCH NOW button at the bottom of the screen to apply the setting for better results.
Tip 7: Smooth scrolling