Browsers Can Slow Computers

Browsing the internet has become one of the fastest way to gather information for personal and work use. It can, unfortunately cause problems to your computers performance.

That’s because browsing utilizes CPU and memory resources at multiple levels. Any kind of program being used can have an affect.

According to Mashable, “A single web page with video may use 20-30% of your CPU. A few of those, or any one more than 50%, will clearly affect performance. If the memory used by all of your browser processes combined exceeds one-half of your computer’s memory, your browser is likely affecting performance, too.”

Some browsers, such as Chrome, offer up handy tools in their Settings, sharing details about processes and possible culprits. Extensions added to your browser could also cause problems, and may have to be removed and added back on again.

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