Chrome is known for its fast performance, which it gets by using your Mac’s CPU more than other browsers. If you use your laptop on the go, this can become a huge issue.
What good is performance if your battery is completely drained and you can’t turn on your Mac?
If you’re experiencing any of those Chrome problems, you’ve come to the right place.
We've already told you how to remove the Chrome cache, so just go to the previous section and choose the way that works best for you: manual or easy one.A better performing Mac and a better performing Chrome all in one go.Your browser is not just slow as a snail but keeps freezing? This is an ordinary trouble with web browsers after continued use.If Mac battery life is important to you, then there’s a simple trick that should be a big help.Often there is a tab or an extension that is hogging your resources and burning through your battery life by itself.So, take 2 minutes to tidy up your Mac with Clean My Mac and let’s move further.Clean My Mac is available for a free download here.There are a few possible ways to force quit Google Chrome. That’s a much bigger issue as it’s a sign that something is broken.Here is our comprehensive guide "How to force quit Mac applications" that offers five different ways to deal with the unresponsive apps. But what do we do with things that are broken around here? Probably the most common cause of crashes is a byproduct of one of Chrome’s strengths – its constant stream of exciting extensions.Also remember that even sites that aren’t memory hogs can still be a battery drain if you have a lot of tabs open.Close resource-hungry and unnecessary tabs and the time you get from a battery charge should start to improve.