Google Chrome Task Manager

The Task Manager in Chrome is very similar to the Windows Task Manager, in that memory, CPU usage and other activities are monitored. Another similarity is that it can be used to end a process.

There are a couple of ways to access the Chrome Task Manager. The easiest way, is the keyboard shortcut (Shift+Esc). Or, it can be accessed by clicking on the wrench icon in the upper right corner, and selecting Tools>Task manager from the menus.

Right clicking on one of the items in the list will bring up a menu, where the information on any checked items will be displayed in columns.

If you want to force a webpage or application to close, just click the End process button.



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