Monday, September 2, 2013

The IT tip of the day: Chrome has a Task Manager

If you are like me, you are using chrome...

This browser has its own task manager.
This is very useful if you want to know were your memory (RAM) and CPU are used for and what is running in the background. Most of the time, you will see some extensions or caching tools.

To open it, press the shift + esc keys in Chrome.



You will also be able to kill a process by pressing the "End process" button.



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