What do you guys think about this information from cheesemakers-linux corner link http://www.itworld.com/article/2917944/web-browsers/5-ways-to-turn-chrome-into-a-screamingly-fast-browser.html - I would like to implement most of what I see here, although I am not aware of any possible implications.
Like how much RAM should be used, don't know if I should change that with just 4gb. I don't do much heavy duty work with pc so guessing that I could change this unless using a Virtual Machine or something similar?
A couple of things in particular would be to disable some of these until needed?:
1. GPU Process - I'm guessing this is the window that is shown below being open or just running always?
2. Shockwave Flash
3. Broker: Shockwave Flash
I want the Xmarks, Adblock, and Avast running but unsure about the two Shockwave Flash Extensions. I'm guessing these are the ones that I would turn off until needed.
Most of this seems quite harmless and easily reversible if recorded would that be right?
Thanks in advance! pcpunk
Edited by pcpunk, 05 May 2015 - 01:54 PM.