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« on: 18. June 2017., 12:52:43 »
If You Have A CHROME Clone Browser With Memory Issues, You Might Want To Test This Extension With Code ID:

IANOOGGAPGMMMFOJACMHNFAHEIDGPBKI

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Re: Native Lazy Tabs - Speed up your Chrome browser
« Reply #1 on: 18. June 2017., 19:13:51 »
Luckily I don't have such problems but I suppose that "Native Lazy Tabs": https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/native-lazy-tabs/ianooggapgmmmfojacmhnfaheidgpbki could be useful for some of our visitors.

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"Automatically discards all tabs at startup, before they load, reducing memory footprint and unnecessary bandwidth usage.

Native Lazy Tabs is a light extension for users that don't want to load all tabs when Chrome is started. It's native because it uses the native tab discarding method from the Google API (introduced in version 54). Also, because of that, it doesn't have the shortcomings of older implementations that could cause bugs like the pages reloading itself even after suspended."

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« Reply #2 on: 18. June 2017., 23:18:58 »
My Pleasure.

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