How To Make Google Chrome Load Much Faster. Raveling Tech

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Make Google Chrome Fast

As in earlier days a web page is only used to contain information in the form of text. And now in this fast-growing web world and huge demand for information were everyone needed to get more and more information in a very short time, a single web page start containing information in the form of text, images and videos.

As the most famous search engine Google only takes a fraction of seconds to search your queries on the web. But sometimes your search gets to slow down due to some other technical fault and settings.

4 Simple Tips to Speed Up the  Google Chrome Browser.

As we all know that Google Chrome browser is the most popular web browser and in this post we are going to increase the browsing speed of Google Chrome browser by changing some of its settings and activating experimental tools.

01. Enable Low-End Device Mode for Google Chrome.

If your PC is underpowered, try running Chrome in Low-End Device Mode. To do so-

Right-click the icon you use to launch Chrome, and select Properties. The Target box lets you add some parameters to the browser.

In the Target box, you add some parameters to the browser. In the Target field, put a space after chrome.exe and type --enable-low-end-device-mode then click OK. This should reduce Chrome’s memory usage.

Enable Low End Device Mode
Enable Low-End-Device Mode

02. Chrome’s flags Settings to increase the loading speed of the web page.  

Most of Chrome’s hidden experimental features are on the Experiments page, which you can access by typing chrome://flags into the browser’s address bar and hitting Enter.

Although you can browse the list of flags to find the ones to change, it’s much easier to use the search box at the top and look for them by name. A number of them are worth enabling or changing.

If images are loading too slowly, find the ‘Number of raster threads’ flag and set it to 4, which is the maximum number.

Next, find the ‘Accelerated 2D canvas’ flag and make sure it’s on. This will use your graphics processor instead of software rendering.

You can have browser close tabs quicker by enabling the ‘Fast tab/window close’ flag.

The ‘Experimental QUIC protocol’ flag lets you enable the QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) transport protocol developed by Google. This aims to speed up latency-sensitive applications such as web searches.   

When enable, the ‘NoState Prefetch’ flag can pre-download resources to improve page-load speed, while the ‘Parallel downloading’ flag accelerates downloads.

Finally, if your browser goes offline, it will auto-reload all tabs, including background ones, when it goes back online, causing congestion. Enable the ‘Only Auto-Reload Visible Tabs’ to stop this happening.

03. Use Chrome’s Secret Task Manager.

Your browser will slow down if it’s using too much memory. Chrome has a hidden Task Manager that shows which tabs and extensions are consuming the most memory and making the most demands on your processor. You can close the worst offenders yourself, or select one and click ‘End Process’.

Open Chrome Task Manager
Google Chrome Task Manager

To launch the Task Manager, press Shift + Esc. Tasks can be sorted by name, memory footprint, CPU, network or process ID.

04. Removes or Disable unwanted add-ons.

If you have a lot of add-ons installed, they could be slowing down Chrome. Removing or disabling unwanted add-ons can improve your browsing speed. To do so-

Type chrome://extensions into the address bar and disable or delete any unwanted add-ons –ones installed by third-party programs, for example.

Disable Google Chrome Extension
Google Chrome Extensions

You can also install NooBoss, which makes managing dozens of extensions much easier. It displays all your installed add-ons in a pop-up panel that lets you see at a glance which extension are currently active, and remove or disable them all with a single click.

NooBoss also lets you create rules so that specific add-ons are only activated when you visit certain website- for example, an ad blocker on a particularly ad-stuffed site- which stops chrome using too much memory.

So, these are the 4 settings by which you can make your Google Chrome Browser load faster. Although it is not necessary to do all 4 settings, it depends on you and your browsing habit. So make all changes accordingly.


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