Why is Google Chrome slow, even after re-installing?

Anonymous September 24, 2013

After reinstalling Google Chrome, I’ve delete all cookies, histories, disabled plugins and every possible reason for the browser to slow down. However, the browser is still slow. Hope your suggestion would skip at those deleting and disabling all of that. please help me.

  1. Christina D
    October 22, 2013 at 2:21 pm

    - Disable Sandboxing Mode.
    - Check if Incognito Mode Works Fine.
    - Disable Ad-Filtering Programs.
    - Repair Chrome Registry Configurations and Settings (must use reliable program Reginout for it.)
    - Remove Chrome Default User Profile.
    - Disable Integration with Download Manager Programs.
    - Disable Integrated Version of Shockwave Flash Player.

  2. Hovsep A
    September 24, 2013 at 8:19 pm

    Adobe Flash Player plug-in
    see if disable will solve the problem
    Disable Extensions

    in your antimalware whitelist google chrome

    scan pc with wise registry cleaner

  3. Dany B
    September 24, 2013 at 6:24 pm

    Did you try uninstalling it with a real uninstaller instead of Windows remove program, cause Windows remove programs tend to leave stuff behind and it moght be that leftover that is slowing your Chrome even after a reinstall.

    • Zura J
      September 25, 2013 at 2:18 pm

      i'm using TuneUp Uninstall Manager. is it a real uninstaller?

    • Hovsep A
      October 6, 2013 at 4:56 pm

      TuneUp Uninstall Manager is a good one. but you can also search for left over files/registry in case something wrong happen.

  4. Jan F
    September 24, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    Is it slow when browsing websites or is it slow in general e.g. opening Chrome, navigation to the settings or whatever?

    If Chrome itself is slow then it's likely because of not enough memory being available. Chrome 'loves' to consume as much memory to reduce paging to the hard drive and therefor increase it's speed and reaction time.
    You should take a look into the Task Manager and see how much physical memory is available when Chrome is closed and when it is open.

    Other causes may be an aggressive anti-virus scanning the memory and everything else Chrome "touches". So you might want to exclude Chromes installation directory within the AV settings or better, the "chrome.exe" process.

    If it effects the browsing than it's probably something else using up your bandwidth or depending on the website certain plug-ins e.g. Java, Flash.
    To rule out plug-ins you can navigate to "chrome://plugins" within the address bar and then disable everything that is not part of Chrome, everything outside of it's directories:
    - Program Files (x86)GoogleChrome
    - Program Files (x86)GoogleUpdate

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