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How to stop Google Chrome from running in background on your computer after closing. How to stop Google Chrome from running in background on your computer after closing.

Based on the extensions you've installed, after it's closed, Google Chrome will sometimes continue to run in the background. You may notice this, particularly when you set up a new computer and install a new browser version. You'll still see a Chrome icon on the Taskbar when you close the browser and even see notifications pop up.

Depending on the extensions you have installed, sometimes Google Chrome will continue to run in background on your computer after closing it. You might notice this, especially after setting up a new computer and when you install a new version of the browser. When you close the browser you will still see a Chrome icon on the Taskbar and even see notifications pop up. The browser continues to run in the background and display notifications from Facebook or Google Hangouts, for example. While some users might find this a helpful feature, you might be annoyed by it. If you are not a fan of it, VOCALB have found a way to stop Chrome from running in the background on your computer.

Chrome Running in Background

Sometimes after closing Google Chrome, you’ll notice its icon on the Taskbar which indicates it’s still running in the background.

Stop Chrome from Running the Background

Open the Chrome browser and then click on its icon on the Taskbar. Uncheck the “Let Google Chrome run in the background” link. That’s it. Now, it will no longer run or display notifications when you exit the browser.
Uncheck Chrome Running in background Now, if you want to turn it back on for some reason, you can do that in Chrome’s settings. Open Chrome and head to Settings > Advanced. Then scroll down to the “System” section and turn on the switch for the “Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed” option. Google Chrome Settings Currently, I’m setting up a new Windows 10 machine. And found that the option to run apps in the background is turned on by default. I have the extension for Feedlyinstalled and it would continue to run after closing out of Chrome. Other extensions you install on Chrome may exhibit the same behavior.
Whether it annoys you or you want to get notifications after closing Chrome. It is easy to turn it off via the icon on the Taskbar. Or, turn it back on by enabling the switch in Chrome’s settings. Techwaysout as the name implies way out to advanced technology as been working hard time to time to give you efficiency results about technology. If this article has find ways out for one or more problem, you can comment in the comments section.

 

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