How to solve this common browser problem

Chrome doesn’t seem to be very responsive if you’re having some trouble. Here’s how to fix that.

How to solve this common browser problem

If you’re a Chrome user, you know how frustrating things can get sometimes. Sometimes you have hundreds of tabs open and you just want a break from all that. But that could be a real bad idea. The results could get real weird. And not in a good way. We all know that webpages can open extra tabs in a state of “hell”, so you can think of this latest Chrome problem as hell mode – only its kind of fun to see things through.

Here’s how it works:

Direct login to the Google Chrome browser. Click on the lock icon at the top right of your browser window. The Settings menu will open up. The first page you’ll see is the Page Settings page. Click on the Preferences tab at the top of this page. This window reveals that a specific tab belongs to yourself. If it does, you know you accidentally opened it. What do you do now? Head to the next page and click on the “Do not save webpage” tab. You should now be able to load up the original page and get back to your frantic madness.

Whether or not this is a truly real Chrome feature (and it is) might just come down to the comfort level of the person on the other end of the line.

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