- Image 1 of 2
- Image 2 of 2
Published October 21, 2015
Just like your Windows machine, Google's Chrome has a built-in task manager. The feature gives you a bird's eye view of thee browser, letting you see know how much of you computer's memory the a site is using, its CPU usage and network activity.
If your computer feels like it's hit a brick wall after opening a particular web page, you can turn to the task manager to see if the site is hogging your system's resources. You can also use the task manager to quickly close browser tabs that have stopped working or otherwise crashed.