If you use the Chrome አሳሽ on your Mac or Macbook, then you may be familiar with the Google Chrome Helper ሂደት. It may be spotted at times, via the Activity ተቆጣጠር, usually in sets of seven, eating at the ሲፒዩ and slowing the system ወደታች. The mysterious thing here is that there is actually no official documentation anywhere on what this Google Chrome Helper actually is, or what it does.
Now, before you panic and ሰርዝ the Chrome browser from your Mac, ሰማ us out. The “Google Chrome Helper” is the generic name for embedded content that runs outside the Chrome browser. Browser plug-ins aren’t features that are rendered by HTML ኮድ; they involve content that needs to be pulled in from elsewhere.
Simply put, the Google Chrome Helper is the ድልድይ between the embedded code in the browser and a ርቀት አገልጋይ, and it’s set to run automatically with Chrome’s default settings. Which is probably why you will see it ብቅ ይላል up often on the Activity monitor.
እስቲ እንዴት እንደሚያደርጉት እስቲ እንመልከት -
ክፈት the Chrome browser on your Mac or Macbook.
ጠቅ ያድርጉ on the ‘Three-Dot icon’ on the top right-hand side of the browser.
ከተቆልቋዩ የ ‹ቅንብሮች› አማራጭ ላይ ጠቅ ያድርጉ ምናሌ.
Click on the ‘Privacy and Security’ option from the left-hand side pane.
ሸብልል down the list, and click on ‘Site Settings.
Now, click on the ‘Additional Permissions’ option under the Permissions tab.
Now, click on the ‘Unsandboxed ሰካው access’ option.’
Make sure that the toggle next to the plug-in access option is turned ON.
You will now stop seeing the Chrome Helper Process in the Activity monitor. All in all, the Google Chrome Helper process is not necessarily evil, but it can be a አእምሮ hog if the plug-ins start misbehaving. In such cases, it is good to have manual control on the plug-ins that you have in the Google Chrome browser so that you can choose when they should be used, and when you would rather pass them ጠፍቷል.