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Performance is getting kind of crappy for me lately -- last however-many releases have been bad. Multiple computers. Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. Switching tabs when multiple tabs are open is lagging with white screen for a while before showing the tab. More tabs makes worse. As much as it pains me, I'm having to run Firefox at work where it's REALLY bad and considering running it at home where it's annoying but not as bad as the work computer. My brother tells me his is likewise intolerably slow - sounds like what I'm experiencing. I keep thinking we're long overdue for Chrome to be given a performance/memory usage focus for a couple of releases.
PepperFlash/manifest.json file says "x-ppapi-arch": "x64" I think it should be "x-ppapi-arch": "ia32"Please advise.No other problems found yet. One of the fastest Chrome versions (measured by peacekeeper). However, still about 10% behind version 34.Smoke tested with Puli Puppy linux (32-bit,Ubuntu Precise compatible)
Is it supposed to entirely de-load elements of a page that aren't in view, to then have to reload them when I scroll back up? I don't know if it's a bug, a "feature", or a local error.
@ChrisJones is it possible that the performance issue has anything to do with this annoying bug that's been mostly affecting certain pcs since Chrome version 32 came out mid-January?https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=356772
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