If you’re running the latest version of Chrome Browser, you have access to a new high-efficiency mode that promises to solve the problem of Chrome eating up the memory on your computer when you have multiple open tabs.
Open Chrome browser and click the three-dot menu button. Select Settings from the drop-down menu.
Then choose Performance in the left pane and toggle Memory Saver to the ‘On’ position.
If you don’t see that option yet, you can paste this into your address bar: chrome://flags/#high-efficiency-mode-available
Then choose enabled from the drop-down menu and restart your browser. You should now be able to turn it on.