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Why Chrome Uses So Much Freaking RAM

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ekim68, May 22, 2015.

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  1. ekim68

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  2. valis

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    read that yesterday. Actually makes sense, IMO.
     
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    I refuse to install and use Google Chrome. (n)

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    (n)Ditdo!!(n)
     
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    I use chrome but only to watch netflix on my linux computers. It is the only browser that will run netflix without any workarounds.
     
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    moved to web & email because this is no longer a tech tip or informational post but has degenerated into a " I don't use Chrome" slagging fest

    Please people read the original post before replying and commenting

    The post was information about ways to reduce RAM usage in chrome ( if needed) and explaining why high RAM usage isn't always bad.
    It was not an invitation to slag off chrome or any other program, browser or product or make unnecessary comments saying I don't use it. Well if you don't use it , then why reply to a post telling you how to use it, just to say that you don't use it or refuse to install it.

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