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Annoying "Page(s) unresponsive" in Google Chrome

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  • Started 3 years ago by freeman
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freeman
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Having open many web sites at the time very annoying pop-up message "Page(s) unresponsive" keeps appearing frequently driving me crazy and even greter problem arises when it blocks and Chrome shuts down forcing me to wait till all previously opened pages reload again. CAN SOMEBODY ADVICE ME HOW TO KILL OR BLOCK OR IN ANY WAY DISABLE "Page(s) unresponsive"?????

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StringJunky
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How many pages do you have open?

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freeman
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Sometimes 50-60.

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StringJunky
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Chrome runs each page as a separate process (more memory intensive) so you are probably stretching it too far FF doesn't run them separately so you might do better with that one.

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lowongankerjaid
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XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX : I am still having the same troubles

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warlock
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@lowongankerjaid, Blocked for spamming

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freeman
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I appruximately know the limits of my computer (8 years old Pentium 4 2,53GHz with 1GB RAM) and when I make it sweat and bring it to te edge I even got (sometimes) message (especially if I have opened some more applications) of low level of virtual memory. I was just wondering whether there was a way to block that pop=up messae ("Page(s) unresponsive") because when the system is at the very edge, the appearing of that message sometimes is the one driving the balance on the scales towads blocking and crashng down of Chrome.

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