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Jun 142012
 

In the last few days I’ve noticed that a couple of my Chrome processes have been running at full CPU.  The problem, of course, is that in Windows Task Manager all the Chrome processes show as chrome*32:

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But..  rescue comes from Chromes Task Manager.  In Chrome, press Shift –> Esc, and you see a list of tabs, and extensions in their own Chrome Window.  You can right click and add ‘Process ID’ like this:

ChromeTaskManager

This then allows me to figure out which tab/extension is causing the problem.

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