The Great Suspender is a tab suspender extension for chrome. it's a free extension , it has 100,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.90 from 80 rated user, last update is 161 days ago.
A lightweight extension to reduce chrome's memory footprint. Perfect if you have a lot of tabs open at the same time. Tabs that have not been viewed after a configurable length of time will be automagically suspended in the background, freeing up the memory and CPU being consumed by that tab. ➤ Whitelist specific urls or domains that you do not want to suspend ➤ Optionally show screen capture of tab before it was suspended ➤ Vastly improves performance when restarting chrome with a large number of open tabs ➤ Detects tabs playing audio and can prevent them from suspending ➤ Detects tabs that contain forms with user input and can prevent them from suspending ➤ Configurable behaviour when browsing offline or on battery power ➤ Built from open source code for full transparency
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Absolutely loved it, the best extension. A must have for any Chrome user. Unfortunately, both Chrome and Edge have natively built this feature in both the browsers. Been a user for more than 3 years. Happily uninstalling it now. Had a great time.
This version is buggy and hasn't been updated recently. Use the original instead.
I used to love this extension, but it now seems contaminated with viruses / malware. This extension is DIRTY and tries to redirect you to affiliate tracking links when you go to sites like BestBuy, Newegg, and others. This is all so that the creator/author/publisher can make a COMMISSION on whatever you purchase.I would not have even noticed these redirects if I did not have a network-wide ad blocker in my home (PiHole). Very slimy. P.S. A few examples of domains I have seen it redirect to are: flexlinkspro.com, prj11.com, shara.li, and others that I did not care to write down. All of these domains are connected to affiliate marketing networks.