Google Chrome is one of the best and most convenient web browsers out there. It is packed with a myriad of features that makes it 10x better than its peers. But there are times when you may find Chrome annoying like when it refreshes or reloads your tabs.
The good news is that there is a way to stop Chrome from doing that. Chrome refreshes web pages when you are inactive in a particular tab. Just so you know Chrome is designed to automatically erase the data of any loaded tabs if the browser is using a lot of memory. But you can stop it from happening, only if you know the right steps.
If you are wondering how to stop Chrome from refreshing your tabs, you are in the right place. Instead of getting yourself annoyed with Chrome, you can simply follow the steps given in the post below. This will help you to prevent the issue from happening again.
Steps to stop Chrome from refreshing your tabs:
- Open Chrome:
- Now, open the chrome flags setting page, by typing chrome://flags
- Now, in the chrome flags search Automatic Tab discarding or paste the URL:
- Now,click the dropdown menu and select Disabled:
Also, check out How to Auto Translate a Webpage in Chrome? to know more.