Identify which Chrome Tab consumes Maximum Memory

You might have often wondered about how you can determine which Google chrome Add-ons consuming the memory. It is quite difficult to analyze which program is eating up maximum memory on the system thereby resulting to slow functioning PC. Here is the tutorial how you can determine which Chrome Tab taking up all memory.Identify which Chrome Tab consumes Maximum MemoryThe extensions or add-ons in the browser that are sometimes useful, but it also take up a lot of space in the system hard disk thereby resulting to a slow computer. Here is the tutorial how you can identify which process belongs to which tab in Google Chrome.

We all have the habit of multiple browsing that is we open up a lot of tab. On looking in the Task Manager, one cannot easily identify the processes that are running under chrome or with chrome.exe entries.

Here is a trick regarding how you can see which entries on the chromes are taking up your space. In the crome address bar, type In chrome://memory-redirect/. You can get all open processes such as tabs, plugins, extensions, etc. along with their private memory usage and their PID.

private memory usage and their PID

With the help of PID, you can terminate or kill the corresponding process from a Command Prompt Open Command prompt and type taskkill /PID

Or else you can try the alternative way. Google Chrome comes with or say includes its own in-built task manager which allows you to identify which process belongs to which tab(s) easily. You can also access it using the hotkey Shift+Esc or simply by a right click on the title bar and select Task Manager.

Chrome also includes a more detailed memory page that can be accessed with a new tab. Open a new tab and type chrome://memory-redirect/ into the omnibox or through Stats for nerds link within the Task Manager.

Upon following either of the steps described here, you can easily identify which Chrome Tab taking up all memory.

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