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Check out The Safe Mac's website (http://www.thesafemac.com/arg-identification/) on how to remove adware from OS X and Safari. It sounds like you've got Conduit or some similar adware/malware that has attached itself to Chrome.


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Click on the bell icon, Click on the Settings tab, Then uncheck "Google Now"


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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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Perchance, make sure to select Run in Unsafe Mode in Safari Preferences for this plugin. Works for me on Fidelity Investments website for their Silverlight realtime trading tool.


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There are different ways to login as two users. Create a new desktop and open the Chrome again. Add another person to your Chrome account. Go to Chrome > Settings > Add Person Open a new Incognito window and sign in as someone else.


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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:


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It really depends on the application. More specifically, it depends on wether the application needs exclusive access to it's support files. If all you want to do is use a second online user, you want a second browser, not specifically a second session of Chrome. Use Safari.


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I have been having the exact same issue on my Mid-2014 MB Pro. I am almost positive the problem does not lie in Yosemite itself but rather in the new machines. Apparently new machines were formatted differently or something of the sort and no longer support Silverlight whereas older machines that simply upgraded to Yosemite from something even as recent as ...


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I managed to quit chrome by going force quit, and select just chrome.


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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 ...


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After restarting I can no longer reproduce the issue and chrome operates as normal.


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Maybe DNS addresses that set in your Mac and iPhone differs. Try changing the DNS address on you Mac.


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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 ...



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