Google Chrome is one of the most preferred web browser as well as memory consuming application too that slows down your system. If your PC/laptop is having the minimum of the RAM, then it will not be able to handle the browser which might lead to the crashing of an application i.e Google Chrome.
The most recommended solution is that you uninstall the non-essential Google Chrome add-ons and restart your browser to release RAM.
You can also use the close button to close the browser. But which might require a few more clicks than necessary if it’s unresponsive and then reopen it up but you may lose some of the tabs you have opened. Also, you can kill the browser from the Task Manager if you’re using Chrome on Windows OS.
Try another alternative option i.e keyboard shortcut“CTRL + SHIFT + T”, which might recover your accidentally closed browser in some conditions or situations.
So in order to make a fresh start without losing any opening tabs, Chrome provides a very simple and easy technique to restart the browser keeping your previous session intact. Chrome offers a restart command that comes very handy and useful.
Simply write down the following command in the URL bar and hit enter or click on the below command it will do the rest.
The browser restarts by closing & reopening itself again automatically loaded with all Chrome instances with previously opened tabs, multiple profile Chrome windows by retaining session. Some data might not be recoverable e.g. form data will be lost, upload or download might get interrupted.
You can use the following command to properly close the Chrome browser without losing any tabs you are visiting.