Do you have Mac Chrome Problem on mac OS or OS X? Google Chrome is the king of web browsers, but if you're here, it's probably because the king has become a little crazy. Does Chrome spin slowly, freeze or not even load? Web pages do not load anymore? Does your browser experience slow down each day? If you're having any of these Chrome issues, you're in the right place. We'll show you how to fix and fix classic Chrome issues that make you feel like Google hates Macs. Chrome's settings can be particularly frustrating, with features and patches seemingly hidden in a confusing interface that does not behave like a Mac application.
Many Mac users report that the performance of their computers has dropped significantly after they started using Google Chrome as the default browser. They experience constant slowdowns in certain situations. Their system stops responding and they have to restart their computers.If the simple restart of the computer does not solve the problem, continue reading this article for a variety of reasons, for which the Google Chrome browser begins to consume a lot of computer resources.
1. Chrome Runs Slow
If your Chrome is nearing stall speed, it may be time to evaluate how Chrome's open tabs and extensions use the energy and space you have. Overall, the sleek features and high efficiency of Chrome consume a lot of energy and disk space. As a result, Chrome finds an inhibiting work environment in a cluttered processor.
To resolve this problem, check which open tabs and extensions affect the processor the most
- On the open chrome, tap the Settings icon (three stacked strips),
- then select "More Tools" and then "Task Manager".
- In the task manager window, click the memory column to reveal the influences of different Chrome activities on the memory.
- You can then choose to minimize the time during which heavy lifting sites and extensions are kept open.
- You can reduce the number of open tabs and extensions to create space for the most important ones.
You can also create more space for the application by clearing the cache.
- Click the Settings icon
- Then select "Other tools", then "Clear browsing data".
- Check the browser data types that you want to clear, and then tap the "Clear browsing data" option to resolve Google Chrome issues running on your macOS.
2. Google Chrome does not stop planting
Chromium freezing is one thing but broken down? This is a much bigger problem because it is a sign that something is broken. But what are we doing with broken things here? To prevent chrome from freezing follow the steps
To manually disable and remove Chrome extensions:
- Open Chrome and go to Settings> Extensions
- Disable all extensions by unchecking them
- Restart Chrome
3. Clear cache, cookies and site data
You will need to reconnect to sites, but this step is often enough to speed things up considerably. It is also the simplest solution, so we recommend you try it first. To clear data through Chrome browser settings:
- Open Chrome> Preferences in the menu bar or simply type chrome: // settings as an URL. You can also use the Command - comma keyboard shortcut.
- Scroll down to the Advanced section and click Advanced to expand all options.
- At the bottom of a section called Privacy and Security, you will see an option to clear the browser data. Click the arrow to expand it and change the Time range from Last hour to Hourly drop down menu.
- In the Basic tab, leave the boxes checked to clear your browsing history, cookies and other site data, as well as cached images and files.
- Then click Clear Data at the bottom.
4. Chrome Update Fails
Users may find that Chrome updates do not pass correctly even when all other applications are properly updated. If your Internet connection does not cause this problem, you may be able to reset or reinstall Chrome manually.
To reset Chrome, open the Settings menu in the open Chrome window,
- Select "Advanced Settings", then "Reset Settings",
- Then select "Reset" at the prompt.
- Reopen the application and retry the update.
- If the application still does not receive updates, reinstall it by downloading the latest installation file and then installing it.
5. Reset Chrome
If you still have problems and none of the above help you, you can reset all Chrome settings to the original state, even though this method always saves your favorites and saved passwords. To do this, open Chrome> Preferences in the menu bar, and scroll down to open the Advanced menu if it is not already open. At the very bottom, you will see an option to reset, which restores all settings to their default values. This can really help if an extension has changed your settings without your explicit knowledge. Resetting Chrome removes all of your extensions, themes, cookies, pinned tabs, saved home page, start tabs, and content settings.