Chrome takes 5 seconds on average to access any random page

DudeInAGoodMood

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At first I thought it was a connection problem, but as soon as I tried any other browser, it became evident that there's something corrupt in Chrome's configuration. Now I carried the personal data I have now with me over 10 different copies of various versions of Windows OS and I wouldn't be too happy to lose it in order to regain my browsers functionality. Is there a certain configuration file I can reset to default or a piece of software that'll optimize my browser to return to its original way of working or is my only option to reinstall the whole browser app?
 

jinksy

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Open internet explorer, click Tools then Internet Options, Connection tab then LAN settings, UNcheck auto detect proxy settings.

Restart Chrome and see the difference, also worth removing any add-ons you don't use.
 

jinksy

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Open internet explorer, click Tools then Internet Options, Connection tab then LAN settings, UNcheck auto detect proxy settings.

Restart Chrome and see the difference, also worth removing any add-ons you don't use.
 
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