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Has anybody else encountered this behavior? Any clues on what"s causing it?
Try this - it worked for me:
Deleting the "Default" profile seems to have resolved all the issues (per the Chrome help pages):Quit Google Chrome completely.Go to the Go menu > Go to Folder.Enter the following directories in the text field, then press Go. ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Locate the folder called "Default" in the directory window that opens and rename it as "Backup default."Try opening Google Chrome again. A new "Default" folder is automatically created as you start using the browser.
Can be an extension which is causing the slowness.
Try open a new private window (private windows - or "incognito mode" - doesn"t load extensions by default), access your document and test. I had the same problem and to me was the "recent tabs" extension.
daniel-loureiro said, it very well could be an extension. Trying this in an incognito window would help narrow down or eliminate that potential cause. One thing to note when trying in incognito is all extensions should be on the default setting of not allowed during incognito. Go to Menu --> Tools --> Extensions and make sure that
Allow in incognito
is unchecked. Also, if it is up to speed in incognito with these settings, there are two ways to further narrow down which extension is causing the issue.Disable all extensions in normal browsing (see checkbox next toname) Enable one at a time to get an increasing number of extensionsuntil something breaks the speed. (same method is also applicablevice versa, disable each one till solved)Without messing with normal browsing, use the "Allow in incognito"option doing the same , allowing or disallowing one at a time untilresolved.
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Seems at first like slow internet speed for those bad load times at # anchors, but then you said you had tested it in another browser.