I am not sure what you want me to say, but I will try. First, go to:https://chrome.google.com/webstore/deta ... pagbcbkdpc
Install that extension, Session Manager. Then open 4 or 5 tabs, and click on the Session Manager button. Go to the bottom where it says "save this window's tabs", give the session a name, and click on save. Then click again on session manager, go below and click on "open" under that session's name to open the 4 or 5 tabs of the session.
Install this extension in both the stable version, and then the beta version. Open each version, click on the session, and see which version of ChromePlus opens the tabs, downloads, and renders faster. You will probably see that the stable version does this faster.
The only reason I want you to use session manager is that this extension opens multiple tabs at the same time, which should be harder for the program to do, giving a better chance of seeing the difference in speeds between the two versions when they open several tabs.
Do this enough times with multiple tabs and you will eventually see the "pages unresponsive" box show up, which signifies slow downloading and rendering of the tabs.
On edit: If you save 8 or 9 tabs for the session instead of the 4 or 5 mentioned above, I believe the problem is more likely to show up, and to be more obvious when you check.
Re: ChromePlus V126.96.36.199 Beta for Windows Released
by guang518 » Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:12 pm
Both this beta version and the prior one have a problem either downloading and/or rendering web pages. Compared to the last stable version, it simply takes longer for this browser to work. This problem becomes more obvious when you open sessions, meaning multiple tabs opened at the same time within a browser, which I do with the extension Session Manager.
I experimented many times, testing the time for the multiple tabs to download and open, comparing the last stable version with either of the last two beta versions, 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206. Every time I did the experiment, the two betas took almost twice as much time for all tabs to be fully opened with all downloading completed and all tab pages rendered compared to the stable version.
I think it is a downloading problem. I have a speed meter program on my computer which allows me to see how fast the data is being downloaded to the computer. The data downloads much faster using the stable browser. Also, the image shown in the attachment pops up when downloading is slow, and as of late only happens when opening sessions of tabs in the beta versions. This image signifies that the downloading is slow.
Could you describe it step by step?