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Background processes

Jorr 7 years ago updated by vladyslav.volovyk 7 years ago 1

TO seems to hold in memory active Chrome processes even for persisted tabs that should not be open. Is this necessary, because apart from visual clarity, I really use TO to reduce memory usage of Chrome and I am unsure as to whether this really happens?


The screenshots below are from Chrome running *only* the Tabs Outliner window


Main chrome process in Task Manager:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12634956/Apps.png

Background processes in Task Manager:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12634956/Background.png


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TO does not hold in memory any Chrome processes for closed from it (or by Chrome itself) tabs.


You can easily see same artifacts on a Chrome without installed TO or with disabled Tabs Outliner. That's how Chrome work. 


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You can easily see same artifacts on a Chrome without instaled TO or with disabled Tabs Outliner. That's how Chrome work. 

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TO does not hold in memory any Chrome processes for closed from it or from Chrome itself tabs

You can easily see same artifacts on a Chrome without installed TO or with disabled Tabs Outliner. That's how Chrome work. 


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TO does not hold in memory any Chrome processes for closed from (or by Chrome itself) tabs.


You can easily see same artifacts on a Chrome without installed TO or with disabled Tabs Outliner. That's how Chrome work. 


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TO does not hold in memory any Chrome processes for closed from it (or by Chrome itself) tabs.


You can easily see same artifacts on a Chrome without installed TO or with disabled Tabs Outliner. That's how Chrome work. 


Nor even it can actually.