Many we get struck while browsing, or there are pages which opens up again and again on the new tab of your browser. Such pages makes browser dull and sluggish. But you have a solution.
Google Chrome browser comes with built-in Task Manager that allows users to track the running processes like extensions, pages and other Google processes and how much CPU memory they are consuming. This feature can help you at times when the browser has turned too slow due to any unwanted extensions running within the background or any infected pages that are appearing again and again. So, here you follow the step-by-step procedure to access the task manager in Google chrome browser.
To open the Google Task Manager:
First click on the Settings button from top-right corner as shown below.
Then select “More Tools”, and then click on “Task Manager”.
The Task Manager displays the info about the opened Tabs, running extensions, and processes running currently on the browser. Each one has specific process ID, CPU memory consuming, and network activity.
So, here you can see the details and if you notice any process that is taking too much of memory and CPU of the device, so you can select the process and click on “End process” to stop it. Then close everything and restart your browser. Now your Google Chrome browser will work faster and efficiently.
If you still face any unusual behaviour on your browser then, you should give a scan to your system to detect any threat or malware hidden inside.
This article is to guide you how to recover your lost or deleted files from your computer. As this keeps happening now and then when we accidentally delete any important file or it gets corrupted. so you have the option to either recover it from windows backup (If you have) or from restore point of the a previous version of the file. Previous versions are copies of files and folders that Windows automatically saves as part of a restore point. Previous versions are sometimes referred to as shadow copies.
Restoring files from a backup
To restore a file from a backup, make sure the media or drive that your backup is saved on is available, and then follow these steps:
- Open Backup and Restore by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Backup and Restore.
- Click Restore my files, and then follow the steps in the wizard.
Restoring files from previous versions
- Open Computer by clicking the of the Start button, and then clicking Computer.
- Navigate to the folder that used to contain the file or folder, right-click it, and then click Restore previous versions. If the folder was at the top level of a drive, for example C:\, right-click the drive, and then click Restore previous versions.
- You’ll see a list of available previous versions of the file or folder. The list will include files saved on a backup (if you are using Windows Backup to back up your files) as well as restore points, if both types are available.
- Double-click a previous version of the folder that contains the file or folder you want to restore. (For example, if a file was deleted today, choose a version of the folder from yesterday, which should contain the file.)
- Drag the file or folder that you want to restore to another location, such as your desktop or another folder.
- The version of the file or folder is saved to the location that you selected.
To restore a file or folder to a previous state
- Right-click the file or folder, and then click Restore previous versions.
You’ll see a list of available previous versions of the file or folder. The list will include files saved on a backup (if you’re using Windows Backup to back up your files) as well as restore points, if both types are available.
- Before restoring a previous version of a file or folder, select the previous version, and then click Open to view it to make sure it’s the version you want.
- To restore a previous version, select the previous version, and then click Restore.
Some Points you should be cautious while Restoring:
- You can’t open or copy previous versions of files that were created by Windows Backup, but you can restore them.
- The file or folder replaces the current version on your computer, and the replacement can’t be undone.
- If the Restore button is unavailable, you can’t restore a previous version of the file or folder to its original location. You might be able to open it or save it to a different location.
If you are unable to follow manual methods, then we would recommend you doing the same thing with a very simple an easy tool check it Data recovery Tool for windows
I Hope this article helped you….
There must have times when your is getting too much slow or redirecting to unknown pages. This happens because of browsing data stored in cache and cookies folders of your Android phone or tablet. This article will explain you the step by step guide to clear all your cache and cookies and have a fast browsing.
Clear cache and cookies from Your Android Phone (For Chrome Browser)
- Launch your Browser
- Open the “Menu” and select “Settings”.
- On the Settings Tab go for Privacy.
- Click on Clear Browsing Data and Make sure to choose your preferable clearing options and then click Clear.Now Re-lauch your browser.