The latest revelation about Google Chrome has left people wondering about its more compromising properties. A recent report carried out for the analysis of Google Chrome has revealed that the main reason, why your system lags or performs slow processing, is because of the large amount of memory it consumes while running on your PC. When you run the Chrome browser on your system, your memory experiences load and this ultimately causes the processing to slow down and take the necessary amount of time for the execution.
Google Chrome takes a fair share of RAM because this is the kind of web browser that requires huge memory space and even better processors to function properly. It is a common practice among PC users to open one tab after another. Whether you use each tab for a different purpose or not, the other tabs will always be semi-independent on each other. Meaning, each tab uses a completely different processor than its siblings, hence adding to the memory load of the system. In case you leave or forget to close all the tabs in the Chrome browser, you will find a noticeable change in the speed of your system as lack of idle processors will cause your system to die down and respond slowly.
Apart from the engagement of processors, another reason why your PC is facing memory load and deteriorating in performance is because of the preloading of Google Chrome. That is right. Google Chrome tends to preload webpages so that you do not have to.
From all of the above-mentioned reasons for System lag, you must find out which one is affecting your computer and to what intensity. It is imperative to understand the issues your system is facing before it is too late.