latest chromium-browser using high cpu on any page
israeldahl at gmail.com
Sat Dec 14 13:56:56 UTC 2013
should report it just fine.
I have found Opera runs very fast on my oldest computers, though it is
proprietary. If you have a REALLY slow computer it makes using the
internet much more plesant, though I would rather it be free and open.
I did a lot of testing of all the web browsers on that computer, before
I gave it to someone. I tried Chromium, Firefox, Opera, Dooble, Midori,
Seamonkey (well most of the browsers in the repos, except Konq) and all
of them took +5 Seconds to open. Firefox took about 1 second less than
Chromium, and Opera took about 2 seconds, pages also responded much
quicker, than in the others, and if I had a bunch of stuff going it
wouldn't bog down completely. Midori was also pretty fast (for
navigating), but loaded the same as the others.
If your computer is REALLY slow I'd suggest tryng it out for a more
pleasant experience. If not, enjoy Firefox.
On 12/14/2013 03:06 AM, sd wrote:
> since last update of chromium-browser on Lubuntu 13.10 the CPU usage
> is very high with any open page:
> Version 31.0.1650.63 Ubuntu 13.10
> Task Manager (lxde)
> Command User CPU% RSS VM-Size
> chro root 27% 222.0 MB 1.3 GB
> chromium-browser user 11% 72.1MB 16777216.0 TB
> It just goes higher and higher if you open any more pages, until the
> system does not respond anymore.
> I know chromium-browser is not the default browser anymore, and I am
> not sure where to report this issue. Firefox is running ok, so I am
> switching to it atm.
> Regards, p
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