Google chrome is very slow when using via Remote Desktop

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Sometimes I log into a client's pc and have to use Google Chrome remotely via Remote Desktop. Google Chrome is very slow. I open Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer moves very quickly. I know Chrome is a memory hog but I have only have one window open in Chrome and Chrome barely reponds only via Remote Desktop. Even after a reboot of the client pc, Chrome is still very slow. Any tips would be appreciated.
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Ankit PareekOnline MarketingCommented:
Instead of chrome you can use Mozila or some other browser because chrome itself provide the remote desktop app so access to chrome from other app is may be slow. If you continue want to using chrome just use Chrome Remote Desktop app find on google chrome app store its free and easy to use also
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KimputerCommented:
If possible, export all the bookmarks (as this is the only thing you can save, no stored passwords/autocomplete etc). Then fully uninstall Chrome, delete user's appdata folders, then reinstall newest Chrome. Import bookmarks. Test again.
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McKnifeCommented:
What is the target system running, windows 7?
We use chrome (latest) as RemoteApp on server 2012 R2 (comparable to win8.1) and it is very quick, handling just like internet explorer.
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dronethoughtAuthor Commented:
THanks.
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McKnifeCommented:
Could you solve it?
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