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There are two different properties, one is for the Trackpad: AppleEnableSwipeNavigateWithScrolls, the other is for the Mouse/Magic Mouse: AppleEnableMouseSwipeNavigateWithScrolls. So you need to execute one or both of these commands: $ defaults write com.google.Chrome AppleEnableMouseSwipeNavigateWithScrolls -bool false $ defaults write com.google.Chrome ...
This is a feature called Handoff, which is part of Continuity. It allows you to access apps running on your other devices with the aim of letting you start a task on one device and resume it on another. On your MacBook Pro, you are seeing a copy of Chrome running on another Mac which is on the same Wi-Fi network, where Bluetooth is enabled on both devices ...
Perhaps a relatively new feature in Chrome might do the trick, except you won't have two icons in the Dock, and only one instance of Chrome running: You can have multiple user's accounts at the press of a button:
Here are some things you can do to try to restore performance within Chrome within your own account. You could try each one at a time and see if it makes a difference. Extensions Open the extensions tab from the Chrome's Window menu. Try disabling all the extensions and running Chrome again to see if performance has improved. Saved Application State ...
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