Robert Williams | Robert1122

How to Improve Session Restore Responsiveness in Google Chrome?

Jan 2nd 2019 at 2:13 AM

It’s true if you have opened multiple tabs in the Google Chrome web browser, the Session restores’ feature will automatically slow down the speed of your browser to a crawl. No matter how popular your web browser is or what’s the actual speed of your browser, it will crash your browser for any sorts of reasons. Therefore if you don’t want to happen this with yourself, you need to follow the given steps to stop it. However, the Google Chrome browser usually features two flags that any users can enable to improve the performance and system restore. They are as follows:



The Infinite Session Restore always try to reduce the number of tags which is being loaded all together during the time of session restore, to speed up the responsiveness of the foreground tab.


Always try to make session restore to use a definition of loading that waits for the CPU and network stillness.

Thus, to speed up the Session Restore responsiveness in the Google Chrome, you just have to enable the above given two preferences. Here how to do it:


Below we mentioned two experimental flags which have been rolled out for all the Desktops versions of Google Chrome OS and some other most popular platforms like Windows, Mac, and Linux. Here how to fix it:

  1. Click to open the Google Chrome web browser and tap to launch a new window.
  2. Now, type the following text in the URL field and press the Enter key:
  • Chrome://flags/#infinite-session-restore.
  1. Once confirmed, then it will immediately display the first’s flags in the browser.
  2. Now, check if its value has been set to ‘Default.’ If yes, use the drop-down arrow to display some other values.
  3. Then, select ‘Enabled’ option.
  4. After that, if prompted, restart your browser, ignore all the messages and continue further.
  5. Next, in the Google Chrome address bar, load the following command chrome://flags/#page-almost-idle
  6. Similarly, drop-down the menu on the right side to set its value to Enabled it.

Once you are done with it, restart the Google Chrome web browser. After that, you should have to observe the change in the startup performance of Google Chrome’s browser. Moreover, the Chrome browser automatically loads all the tabs which were opened in the previously last session.

However, the Infinite session restores, and page almost experimental features make the tab to restore faster even if you have a lot of RAM, but the system stability falls after sometimes. It is just because even if unoccupied, the tabs are not being unloaded from memory. So always keep in your mind which continue with it.

Robert Williams is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. She writes about the latest news and updates regarding and how that can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular blogs, e-magazines, and websites.


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