To Make Things Simple and clear, Open the option of “Find…” on Chrome
These are some of the flags which are not well organized so that you can easily save your time from scrolling up and down always simply press the Cmd+F (Mac) or Ctrl+F (Windows), or simply you can just click the three-line overflow menu button in the upper-right and select “Find…”.
Set “Maximum Tiles” to 512
The first and foremost characteristic is the “maximum tiles for interest area.” This property will increment the Random Access Memory that Chrome is allowed to use, and should take any little glitch out of your browsing experience.
Change the Number of Raster Threads to number 4
When there is a slow load of images? This type of modification will change the rendering speed of images in Chrome. Search for Number of Raster, and change the number of raster threads to simply 4.
This type of modification will gear up page loading by making the transactions of web quicker. The user can simply search for SPDY enabled, then click the little blue Enable link in the row of Enable SPDY; the color will change from light grey to white and the blue link should now simply say “Disable.”
Enable the Offline Cache Mode
For moments where internet connectivity is briefly and merely interrupted, you can allow Chrome to load cached versions of webpages. Search for Enable Chrome and simply click the Enable link in the Offline Cache Mode row.
Enable Experimental Web socket Implementation
This feature provides a mere different way to deal with web traffic communication. Simply search for Experimental Web socket and click Enable.
Clear Chrome Data
Chrome may become sluggish due to too much data or history it is holding, such as cookies, cached content and browsing history. If you haven’t deleted this data from so many days, then it could be the reason for the slow down.
Enable the protocol of QUIC
A work in development connection protocol created by Google inc. that prevents multiple trips to the server to create a simple and prompt connection. This even make far better than UDP, as less trip to make connection means less amount of time to create a connection and the page load. Usually, at least 2-3 trips are made before a connection is created with the server.