While you can restart Chrome and easily restore your previous browsing session with Chrome’s Recent Tabs features, if you’re working on multiple tabs you’ll be forced to wait tab reloads, and worse, it will interrupt your work.
Chrome is one of the most popular browsers today and it is getting better and better at the hands of Google. However, nothing is perfect, and in some cases Chrome can have trouble opening web pages and unresponsive tabs and can’t be closed, which can be really annoying. for us.
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In fact, this error of Chrome happens very rarely during use, but when the problem occurs, you will spend a lot of time waiting for Chrome to analyze the error and resolve the error, or you will have to quit. completely Chrome and open it again. And to “fire” for such times, Chrome has integrated a “Task manager” feature of its own. You can activate Chrome’s Task manager dialog box in the top right menu bar (More tools > Task manager), or you can press the “Shift + Esc” key combination.
You can easily recognize that this interface is quite similar to the Windows Task Manager with separate listed tabs. Select the tabs that are suspended or unresponsive and then click “End process” to exit those tabs. Note that these tabs will not close, but only stop the page from loading and you can close them easily.
While there’s a quicker way than shutting down the browser completely and you can easily restore your previous browsing session with Chrome’s “Recent Tabs” features, if you’re working on multiple tabs then will be forced to wait for the tabs to reload, and worse, it will interrupt your work. Therefore, using the built-in “Task Manager” feature of the Chrome browser will be the solution to your rescue in this case.