Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Sep 2008 21:57 UTC, submitted by rkalla
Google Chrome's process model is extremely sophisticated. The default behavior has been examined before, but you can configure Chrome to manage processes differently: one process per web site, or one process per group of connected tabs, or one process for everything. Marc explains how this all works in Google's new browser. Update: 'Read more' fixed - made a reading comprehension boo-boo there.
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Read More is Wrong
by TheBashar on Fri 5th Sep 2008 22:25 UTC
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Your Read More summary is wrong. According to TFA the default is "--process-per-site-instance". What you describe is the optional "--process-per-site mode".

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