|Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||Surferbob644||11/8/09 12:35 PM|
I'd like to know if this is a problem or not; I have upwards of 8 individual instances of chrome.exe*32 running in my Task Manager. Is this normal? And exactly what is it ~ one executable for each tab?
Chrome 4.0 dev channel
Win7 Home Pro 64 bit
|Re: Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||kalevet||11/8/09 1:24 PM|
This is by design. Each process is either a tab or an add-on. Chrome has been the first browser to implement the multi-process model, but both IE and FireFox have followed it. Bottom line - no worries, this is all right.
|Re: Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||Surferbob644||11/9/09 6:20 AM|
Thanks kalevet. I thought that might be it. So some add-ons can really drag chrome down then? I think the extension Cleeki slows down chrome a bit much. Again, thanks for answering and so soon.
|Re: Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||peasmould||2/11/10 3:38 PM|
But they use up all my CPU, and I keep having to close "unresponsive" pages
|Re: Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||russacani||6/11/10 3:15 AM|
so, what does it means chrome.exe*32? Is it based for OS 32 bit?
All processes we see on "activities" that are *32 it means they are based for OS 32 bits?
|Re: Many, many chrome.exe*32 running in Task Manager||rhino.liar||7/23/10 8:03 AM|
this is the main problem of chrome, ie7 was lynched for that a long time ago...