Google Chrome's number-one competitor claims it fixes one of the biggest problems with Chrome — here's how to see if works for you (GOOG, GOOGL)
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It's conventional wisdom that Google's Chrome web browser is often the culprit when your computer slows down.

Chrome is often known as a "memory hog," as it seems to always consume a big chunk of your computer's RAM. That can often lead to a pretty noticeable performance drop, even on high-end powerhouse PCs. 

A quick RAM recap: It's your computer's short-term memory, where it keeps tabs on apps that you're using. In Chrome, more more open tabs and extensions means more RAM usage, which in turn...


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