Google Chrome Lag and Slow Performance Fix

Google Chrome Lag and Slow Performance Fix

I am not gonna sit here and tell you why this does that, or that does this. What I will tell ya is that one of the reasons  is linked to Google Chrome itself, The other is within Internet Explorer.
I know what works, So let do this
We’ll start with Chrome,
Pop open the Settings menu (click the icon in the top right that looks like three horizontal bars, and select ‘settings’ in the drop down menu. Once you’re there, click on “Show Advanced Settings” towards the bottom of the page. At that point, you’ll be presented with a long list of options.
One of those options is titled
  
“predict network actions to improve page load performance.” 

This is a feature known as DNS Prefetching. While it certainly does improve the load time of pages, it’s also known to cause a bit of intermittent input lag every now and then, in addition to sending Chrome’s memory footprint straight through the roof. 
You can live without it. So Uncheck that.

Next, you’re going to want to open up Internet Options in the Control Panel. From there, go to connections and click on LAN settings. One of the options there is “automatically detect settings.”  For some reason, this option tends to cause some crossed wires with Chrome as the default browser. 
If the box is checked, uncheck it. With any luck, that should be just the ticket to fix things.

Oh, but one thing – if you’ve less than 2 GB of RAM, you’re probably going to have some problems...