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Is there a way to find memory leaks in google chrome or javascript pages?

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Running on Windows, is there a way to find memory leaks in google chrome or in the web pages served by the browser ?
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https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/javascript-memory-profiling

Though if this is for websites you don't control I don't see the point.
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