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I think your problem is right there "I use Chrome", have you ever tried using a different browser? Maybe give Firefox a try for a few days see how that works. If everything's ok on that then Chrome's your culprit. It had a pretty well known memory leak issue. image
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I tried opera.. but the issue was same. So i switched back to chrome. I will try Firefox.
Syed Haseeb Bukhari Opera isn't too bad either actually. If you still had the issue then maybe Chrome's not the problem. How old is your Windows installation?
6 months maybe.. and the updates are always on.. so my desktop system update itself time to time.
Opera uses the same engine as chrome. It's better to try firefox. Also scan your PC with malwarebytes.
Syed Haseeb Bukhari I guess you could still give Firefox a go
Sure. I will. Hope it gets resolved.. this problem literally had me thinking to buy an i7 machine
Syed Haseeb Bukhari I run a Core 2 Duo, with 4gb Ram and a 128gb SSD. The performance is practically equivalent to my Core i5 4th Gen MacBook pro with a 250gb SSD. Your Core 2 Quad should be more than sufficient.
Yes that's what i thought too when i bought this machine..that it must be enough but from past couple of months this problem is proving my decision was wrong
Also try edge
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Looks like a browser issue, did you ever try updating the browser? image
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Yes.. it is updated.
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Also, do update your anti virus etc image
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System updates are always on. So i guess it is updated
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If the cpu usage is always 100% you should check which processes are using the cpu, if it's chrome then try using fire fox image
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Yes it is always the chrome! I will give firefox a try
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And it's not only my system.. my i3 4th gen laptop 8gb ddr3 ram gets stuck too.. i have ssd installed in my laptop as well image
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are you using any antivirus software ?? CPU 100% becomes when some software is running in background or updates are installing... image
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I have windows defender.. the windows built-in antivirus
Nope..i checked the processes and it is always chrome sockin up all the cpu's energy
try to reinstall windows 10 home and use Internet Edge or firefox... chrome display layout is much better but It consumes so much usage... many of my customers also complain regarding chrome... try internet Edge or firefox...
Alright i will. I was thinking to buy an i7 machine just because of this problem
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6GB ram not enough for power users/developers but almost ok for casual usage. And Chrome specifically needs a lot of RAM image
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You could give avg a try maybe coz avast bogs the system down too
Alright
A third party anti virus besides windows on built in one will also greatly impact performance on your core 2 duo machine.
It's just for scanning for virus
Max RAM supported by your processor is 8 gigs. It is a very old processor and was released in 2007 so about 11 years old. This issue could related to Hardware as the platform is very old but it can always be a software issue.
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Speaking from experience, Chrome has a personal vendetta against RAM. When I had 4 gigs of RAM Chrome would eat up 3.8 gigs. After upgrading to 16 gigs chrome started eating upto 14.5 of that. After this stupid memory leak, I'm done with Chrome. image
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Agree that's y Firefox has always been my browser of choice
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I honestly started using internet explorer and it's really good now,it's fast and works seamlessly doesn't have the whistles and bells of chrome but gets the job done! image
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I think i should try it too
Syed Haseeb Bukhari let me know if you see a difference otherwise there are minor changes which can made to free up more RAM
Alright bro
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browsing k liye specs bohat hain, backend mai koi virus slow kar sakta hai image
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Maybe.. i will scan it
But when i check processes.. it is always the chrome.. sockin up all the cpu energy
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Uninstall any 3rd party extensions from your Chrome and then try. You can test through Incognito mode as well with all Addons disabled. image
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I run a core i5 3rd gen, with a SSD and 8 gig of ram. Right now I have Chrome open with 27 tabs up. I have MS Word running as well as BlueStacks the Android emulator and LINE chat app. My CPU usage is around 20-25%, occasionally spiking to 50%. And I run Win 7. I also have several Chrome extensions running. RAM is constant at about 90%. Edited: I also had VLC up and running a video just to put load on the system. image
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However, I do a full backup and do a fresh Windows install every six months.
I think i should do it too.. because i guess more than 6months have been passed
You don't have to, but I like to do it.
Ok, now it is just 32 Chrome tabs and LINE chat. No MS Word, no Bluestacks, no VLC. CPU usage is 10% or less and RAM usage is 70%.
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