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Old 10-13-10, 07:32 AM   #1
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Any Computer people out there having this issues when on Google Chrome its starts to take all memory like as in a memory leak just started this week kinda very frustrating I've gone back to firefox today. Was wondering if anyone else was having issues with it?
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I downloaded it, but rarely use it.
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Press Shift+Esc to bring up the Chrome task manager. Through this you should be able to see what (if obvious) is causing the memory leak. Quite possibly it may be something like Flash.
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Yeah it is more than likely flash. There are some complicated fixes but I think the easiest way to go it to just close it every hour or so. Slowly the internet is moving to HTML5 and eventually flash will die (thank god)
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Yeah it is more than likely flash. There are some complicated fixes but I think the easiest way to go it to just close it every hour or so. Slowly the internet is moving to HTML5 and eventually flash will die (thank god)
I got pissed off with it lol and went back to firefox.. because it was slowing down so much..
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I am fairly surprised you experienced the memory leak issue with chrome more than Firefox, but whatever works :)
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It is probably Bill Gates, he does not want you to run anything but IE. Windows stinks. If I try to run firefox in windows it seems to work, but when I try to close it, It starts to hog half of the CPU time and I have to go into task manager to close it. I use linux most of the time.
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I am fairly surprised you experienced the memory leak issue with chrome more than Firefox, but whatever works :)
I use to have the same problem with firefox fingers crossed working fine now LOL..

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It is probably Bill Gates, he does not want you to run anything but IE. Windows stinks. If I try to run firefox in windows it seems to work, but when I try to close it, It starts to hog half of the CPU time and I have to go into task manager to close it. I use linux most of the time.
I use linux also haven't used windows in over a year but linux isnt what you use for the internet that you need a browser
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Press Shift+Esc to bring up the Chrome task manager. Through this you should be able to see what (if obvious) is causing the memory leak. Quite possibly it may be something like Flash.
I know it is flash i like to play flash games... maybe thats my problem but they calm me so i wont be giving up any time soon
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I am glad to see so many Linux users on here :D
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