*UPDATED March 2015*
Google Chrome is one of the best internet browsers out there and is already fast as it is. But in this tutorial I’ll be showing you how to make it even more faster than it already is.
Let us see how to make Google chrome faster
1. Few Setting in Google Chrome
In Privacy settings uncheck this options
✘Use a web service to help resolve navigation errors
✘Use a prediction service to help complete searches and URLs typed in the address bar or the app launcher search box
✘Automatically report details of possible security incidents to Google
✘Use a web service to help resolve spelling errors
✘Automatically send usage statistics and crash reports to Google
✘Send a “Do Not Track” request with your browsing traffic
✘Enable “Ok Google” to start a voice search
Now go to Network settings
Click on Change Proxy settings
Click on LAN settings
Uncheck Automatically detect settings.
2. Remove unused Extensions
As much as you may love the little extensions peppering your browser, ultimately it slows down Google Chrome. When we come across a shiny, new extension, we feel like we would use it every day, but often we forget about it and it runs in the background slowing it down. You can check if such extensions are using up too much memory by clicking on the wrench menu beside the Address Bar and using the View Background Pages option. If you find any extension that you haven’t been using recently (or will not, in the future) then disable them.
3. Disable Unnecessary Plugins
By default, when you install Google Chrome, many unnecessary plugins are installed and enabled. Plugins help Chrome process special types of content, such as Flash, Java, Silverlight, or Windows Media files, but most of them aren’t even important to your daily browsing. Plugins can slow down the performance of Chrome, but you can disable plugins you are not using. To do this, type “about:plugins” (without the quotes) in the address bar of Chrome and press Enter.
NOTE: You can safely disable every single plugin, but you may want to keep Flash enabled, as a lot of sites use Flash to display menus, show videos, etc. Also, if you watch Netflix in Chrome, you need to keep the Silverlight plugin enabled. You can always enable a plugin again if you need to.
4. Clear Browsing data at a regular time interval
Always clear browsing data on your browser which include auto-fill form data, download history, cookies and so on. All the browsers have caching feature. The main purpose of this is to speed up your browsing experience by storing data (like auto-fills for username and password, url’s, browsing history, cookies, images and so on) locally so that they are not downloaded every time when you request for the same content. Prolonged use will accumulate huge data and will ultimately slow down your browser. To prevent this from happening you have to clear this data once in a month at least.Please do not clear this data everyday as that too can have adverse effects. Since the main purpose of caching data is to fasten your browsing experience it is not recommended to clear the cached files every day.
5. Access Chrome’s Secret settings
By default Google chrome uses 128 MB RAM. This might be the reason for lag in your browser and you can play around with few options by which you can increase the maximum tiles for interest area. In the browser type “chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-
Remember how I was rambling on about keeping your extensions to a minimum? Well, there’s one extension you must have to help you have a better experience with Chrome. It’s called FastestFox. FastestFox comes with features like endless pages loading, open searches in a new tab with middle mouse click and automatically turns text URLs into links. It does not reduce the memory your Chrome browser takes up, but it make your usage experience much faster and better.
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