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Reclaim Memory in Google Chrome
Chrome is a speedy little browser, but that speed comes with a tradeoff: It also eats tons of memory. If you've got plenty of RAM, that may not be an issue; if not, you can reclaim that memory with a simple click.
As Lee Mathews over at Download Squad discovered, the most recent Chrome dev builds come with a command line switch (--purge-memory-button) that, when run with Chrome at startup, adds a Purge memory button to Chrome's task manager.
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