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browsing problems and internet explorer / google chrome browsing problems

Hi,

  I am having problems using  IE or chrome browser.   Each time i use one of them separately , many process are created and my computer start becoming slow and both browser crashed.   After that i need to kill the process and some process i can not kill and if i start using the either browser the problem appears again.

  How can i can kill the process still remaining and solve the browsing issue with each one of the them ?

  Son sort of virus or plugins causing this ?

Regards,
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joe_echavarria
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Chrome always creates at least 3 processes.  I have never seen IE create that many but I don't have a new version of it anyway.
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joe_echavarriaDatabase AdministratorAuthor Commented:
But those process are still running , even no having the browsers open.   The should not be running.

Those process are running with low memory usage, but they should not be running if no browser is open and running.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
That doesn't happen on my computer so maybe someone else can help you.  Pleas click on "Request Attention" above to get others to look at your question.
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MereteCommented:
I get 4 instances of Chrome with one EE page open, two instances of IE with one web page open.
web browsers taskmangerCould just be that a recent browser was not closed off correctly as it was still loading cause the system is slow.
To speed browsers delete all your temp internet files history and cookies. in all browsers, please ensure you have passwords .
Then go to your windows start orb search and type in disc cleanup/ wait till it scans then delete your temp files, windows thumbnail views and anything else relevant.
Make sure everything is up to date.
with this free utility you see what ports are being opened /run it and make note of which IP addresses that IE is trying to get to
http://nirsoft.net/utils/cports.html
Right click on each one, select "Properties", and then select the Threads tab. See if there's anything in there that could be causing this, or could point to some sort of relationship between the processes.
Do an online scan from Eset
http://www.eset.com/int/home//products/online-scanner/
Use this free tool to check your start-up programs
StartupList: A simple tool that lists all and every auto starting program on your system. You might be surprised what it finds, this is way better than Msconfig. Commonly used to troubleshoot malfunctioning systems, trojan/viral infections, new spyware/malware breed and the likes.
Compatible with: All Windows versions
http://www.merijn.nu/programs.php<< choose -> Download from Merijn.nu, stick it in a folder and rightclick it then extract here, then run it.

Why do I see multiple chrome.exe processes in the Task Manager?
http://www.howtogeek.com/124218/why-does-chrome-have-so-many-open-processes/

How to Speed up Browsers
http://www.wikihow.com/Speed-up-Browsers
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joe_echavarriaDatabase AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Hi,

  Just had to reboot the computer and the problem was gone.    It appears again, i just keep rebooting it.

Regards,
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joe_echavarriaDatabase AdministratorAuthor Commented:
it worked just rebooting the system.
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