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How to Fix Slow Google Chrome – Lagging / Stuck or Taking too Long to Respond

  • To fix slow google chrome lagging, stuck or taking too long to respond then you need to reset chrome settings to default original settings.
  • Remove chrome extensions and flush dns and also reset winsock and restart your computer.

When you browse the internet on chrome browser or google chrome keeps lagging or it gets stuck and chrome takes too long to respond all of sudden then by following these troubleshooting guides or too many tabs chrome tabs are open and keeps hanging then you can fix slow google chrome issue easily. Let’s see in detail below.

How to Fix Slow Google Chrome Browser / Lagging / Stuck/ Crashing/ takes too long to Respond

Below chrome troubleshooting methods will help you fix slow google chrome and speed up chrome browser issues.

Remove Extensions from Google Chrome

There may be a conflict with your chrome extension installed so, remove one by one or remove all of them and cross check which extensions are causing the issue to respond to google chrome slow or hanging/ stuck  or etc.

Step 1: Open your chrome browser and click on 3 dots on top right corner.

Step 2: Now, select more tools option -> select extensions.

Step 3: If there are too many extensions then you need to remove them.

Step 4: Once you disable all extensions then go ahead and restart your chrome browser.

Once you restart your browser you need to enable important chrome extensions one by one.

Also Read: 1) How to Fix Chrome Not Opening in Windows 11 or Windows 10

2) How to fix 504 and 502 Bad Gateway Error in Google Chrome

3) Disable and Enable cookies on chrome and Firefox

4) How to Delete search history in chrome Browser

5) Incognito Private browsing on android Chrome, Opera

Using Command Prompt – Flush DNS and Reset Winsock

Step 1: Open windows search and type CMD and run it as administrator. 

Step 2: In command prompt -> type in ipconfig /flushdns and hit enter.

Step 3: In cmd -> now type in netsh winsock reset  and hit enter and it will reset winsock catalog.

Now, you need to restart your computer to make changes reflect on your windows 10 computer.

Reset Chrome Settings

Step 1: Open your chrome browser

Step 2: Click on 3 dots on the top right corner and select settings.

Step 3: On the right side menu in settings -> Click on Advanced.

Step 4: Now click on Reset and Clean up option 

Step 5: Select Reset settings to their original default settings.

Step 6: click on reset settings and wait for google chrome to reset settings on chrome 

That’s it, this is how you reset settings on chrome browser and fix google chrome lagging, stuck or taking too long to respond.

Rajeshwari Chiluveru
Rajeshwari Chiluveru
Rajeshwari is Senior Content Writer, Author, and Also Senior Editorial Team Member at A Savvy Web and She has a Degree in Bachelor of Technology (Btech) and (Master of Technology) Mtech from JNTU and is a real time expert. She writes about technology guides and troubleshooting guides (tips and Solutions) and helps users to solve issues easily. She has expertise in this area for more than 5+ years of experience and enthusiastic to provide troubleshooting tips and fixes and how to articles on Tech Related subjects like iPhone, Android, iOS, Smart tv and other tech related solutions and easy methods to fix.

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