GOOGLE CROME — Google Chrome Helper is the interface bridge that allows external plug-ins to work on ones browser. One can disable Google Chrome Helper to try and offset any browser speed issues one having with Google Chrome on their Mac or PC…
If one use a Mac and Google’s Chrome browser, one may occasionally be haunted by a ghoul that goes by the name of “Google Chrome Helper.”
“Google Chrome Helper” is the generic name for the content that runs outside the browser. Browser plug-ins aren’t features that are performed by HTML code; they involve content that needs to be pulled in from elsewhere.
The “Google Chrome Helper” is the configuration between the embed code in the browser and a remote server, and it’s set to run automatically with Chrome’s default settings.
- In many cases, the plug-ins and processes they’re handling aren’t listed by name because the APIs don’t allow it. Google Chrome Helper is a martyr.
- ^^^For example, when a person open a website that has embedded video, Chrome will load all of the HTML content first.
- Next, it will use Chrome Helper to grab the video from the server where it’s being stored and load it onto the page.^^^
And while one can’t actually see the Helper, the tool is using a portion of your computer’s memory and processing power….
• How to disable Google Chrome Helper •
- One should open Google Chrome on ones Mac or PC.
- Then one should click the three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
- Then click on “Settings.”
- Then click on “Advanced” in the left hand menu bar and then select “Privacy and security” from the dropdown menu.
- After that scroll down and under “Privacy and security,” select “Site Settings.”
6.Then Scroll down and click “Unsandboxed plugin access.”
- Then click the blue slider next to “Ask when a site wants to use a plugin to access your computer (recommended)” so it turns gray and the text changes to “Do not allow any site to use a plugin to access your computer.”
The suite of smart applications related to Google Chrome Helper SmartApps are add-ins linked to the smart things use on that person mobile. It manages and controls broadband of devices that are, in turn, connected with your Google Home device. For instance, the suite of Google Home Helper can
help you lock your doors, set the thermostat, or start a complex series of activities.