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You are using Google Chrome as your web browser and if you are like most people, you have a ton of tabs open. But now your computer is getting a little sluggish. Things aren't responding as quickly and web pages are loading slowly. The problem could be the million tabs you have open.

You can start to close them 1 by 1 to find the problem or you can use the built in Chrome Task Manager to find the problem quickly. The chrome task manager helps you end troublesome tabs and extensions.

To open Chromeโ€™s Task Manager, click the three dots, click on โ€œMore Tools,โ€ and then click on โ€œTask Manager.โ€

With Chromeโ€™s Task Manager now open, you can see a list of all tabs, extensions, and processes currently running in the browser.

Click on any tab or extension and click end process.

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