Tuesday, August 21, 2012


It sucks indeed if while surfing in cyberspace, all of a sudden things went slow. The problem is not always there in the internet connection, but also programs that are too heavy, or memory and CPU. Do not forget also the factors that trigger the slow browsing browser itself. Browsers such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome is often accused of being the trigger.
Here are some things to know about slowing down your browser:

1. What causes the browser is running slow?
A browser capable mendisplai multiple web pages in separate tabs. Web pages often contain complex and powerful sites such as Gmail or YouTube. Most browsers support "extensions" or "plugins" which adds features such as password management, ad blocker, and social media notifications.
The more load occurs, each tab and extension will use the portion of the computer memory, the so-called "sandbox." If one crashes, it will affect the other. This causes the browser to run slowly.

2. Find oknumnya
If the browser is slow, the first to do is check to a web browser, whether it is using a lot of memory or more CPU than necessary. How, if on Windows can be seen in the Task Manager, by pressing CTRL and SHIFT, press ESC. Pop-up window will appear, then click on "Processes". On a Mac, open the Applications folder, then Utilities, click Activity Monitor.
BaikTask Manager and Activity Monitor will show the programs that are running. Each one shows the total percentage of CPU and memory. Click the "Memory" to find out which is the most widely consumed.
A web page with a video can take 20-30% CPU. The more memory and CPU are consumed, will impact on the performance of your computer. The easiest solution is to close the browser tab and open it again. If there is interference, then close the page or extensions.

3. Dive into your browser
Internet Explorer and Safari browsers do not indicate which extension is causing your computer to run slowly. However, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox can show it if the "dive" deeper.
In Chrome, either on a Mac or PC, pilian clickable icon at the top right of the toolbar. Select "Tools" and then "Task Manager" to get the process list. It would seem extension name, making it easier to identify the source of your problem.
In Firefox either on Mac or PC, type "about: memory" in the address bar and press Enter. You will see the amount of memory the process. Can appear more detailed information if needed, and is useful to trace the source of the problem.

4. Reinstall
If the browser freezes alias silent, the Windows Task Manager and Mac Activity Monitor to do the "end" or "quit" a process, but this method can cause instability. Better to close the browser and open it again. If the extension is found the cause, it can be removed and re-installed afterwards. And if you are sure of a browser problem, do not hesitate to replace it with another browser.

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