Chrome may experience issues due to certain circumstances that may affect both mobile and PC. You may find that the Loading speed The number of visits to a website decreases, a website takes longer to open than expected, or even constantly hangs, affecting your daily life.
Changes to speed up Chrome
There are many things you can consider to make your programs work well. For example, they must be official, up-to-date, and virus-free. In addition, in many cases, you will find some functions and features that you can touch. With these tweaks, like the ones we show for Chrome, you can make them work better.
Avoid page notifications
You can avoid the notifications that appear when you visit some pages asking you whether you want to receive them or not. This makes the website load a little slower because another element is displayed and we have to specify whether we want these notifications or not. But it’s not just about this small detail, it’s also about the annoyance of having to close it and wasting time.
To automatically prevent page notifications, you can go to Settings, privacy, and Security, Page Settings, and click Notifications. By default, it is configured to allow websites to query. You should delete this question and not send the notification.
In this simple way, we will improve the browsing speed since we will not receive this annoying message. Furthermore, if we click “Allow” by mistake, we will receive a large number of notifications from this website. So the best thing is that we never receive any notifications from this website. We choose the last option “Do not allow websites to send notifications” and forget about it.
Organize open tabs
Having a lot of tabs open is a clear reason why Chrome can have problems. You may notice it losing speed Pages load slower or even you have problems. Therefore, you need to manage the number of open tabs well, especially if you have a limited device. We must remember that Chrome consumes a lot of RAM when we have many tabs open, which could slow down our computer enormously.
The simplest thing is simple Close tabs that you don’t want This is of course not always possible as you may want to have certain tabs always available. You can use an extension to organize tabs. They are “closed” but are available for you to start at any time. An example is the OneTab plugin, which is highly rated and up to date.
Thanks to this simple extension, it is as if we were “locking” these tabs, and therefore they do not consume resources from our computer, ideal for greater speed when browsing and also when using our computer.
Be careful with extensions
Yes, we explained above that you can use extensions to organize your lashes better. Now you also have to be careful about Add-ons that you install. Ultimately, it can negatively impact browser performance. Control what you install and don’t have too much of it. It is important that you only download extensions from official sources. Additionally, you should avoid activating all of them and only do so with the ones you need. The fewer you have, the smoother Chrome will run and the fewer problems you will have loading pages as quickly as possible.
When we install an extension we must keep in mind that the browser will be a little slower, it will consume more resources and we could also run a security risk if we install extensions that are not constantly updated. We recommend that you only install those that you use every day. Otherwise, it is better to disable or uninstall them directly.
Delete saved data
Another tip that can help you speed up Chrome and avoid problems is to delete stored data. This is simple and can be very useful. Just go to “Settings”, and “Privacy and Security” and access “Clear browsing data” where you will see the cookies, files, and images as well as the browsing history. Removing all of this would allow Google Chrome to function more smoothly. You may notice that it runs faster and has fewer website loading issues. As you can see, it is a simple step that you can do on both your computer and mobile devices.
In short, these are some settings you can consider in Google Chrome. The aim is for the browser to function perfectly and smoothly and for websites to load faster. With just a few simple changes you can make a big improvement.