When I always decided to disconnect from Google’s browser, I had a complicated relationship with Chrome that ended a few months ago. I have been using Firefox and Courage ever since. They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities.
At the same time, I decided to reduce the number of tabs opened at once and use more favorites. They can help you retain or temporarily use the information permanently.
This new system works well. But the other day I had to go back to my old ways. When I turned on the computer, I forgot that its browser was still Google Chrome. It took a while to install Firefox and Brave in its place as it was a little urgent. I was sorry.
Recession and resources
The first thing I noticed was the slow loading of the pages. There is a very significant lag when pages are loaded. One click. Pause Pause and then the page will load.
So yes, we can tell ourselves that it is the fault of WiFi, internet connection or your computer. But let’s be honest: the main culprit is Google Chrome.
Google’s browser puts a lot of pressure on computer resources. Is amazing.
I’m used to running heavy processors on my computers like Photoshop, Lightroom and Premiere Pro, but Google Chrome tops the list of worst processors. Of course, webpages are rich, and tabbed browsing encourages the opening of endless tabs, but the effect of Google Chrome on PCs is far greater than that of competing browsers.
Eventually, it took me several weeks using other browsers to realize how bad the browsing experience was in Google Chrome.
To make sure I’m not pointing out a bad culprit and not blaming the MacBook I used, I used Google Chrome for one final task: download Firefox and Bold. Well, trust me, the MacBook is not to blame. Google does Chrome. Even after installing the latest updates (yes, I tried everything).
In my view, the problem is that Google Chrome has not had a real competitor for many years and it depends on its success. In fact, it became a kind of browser, some time ago people tried to escape by downloading … Google Chrome.
In the end, if you want to determine your experience in Google Chrome, my best advice is to download another browser and use it for a few days … Go to Google Chrome.
If you try, let us know what you think about it in the comments.
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