And since there are not 20 CPUs in most PCs there can be cases as scripts run and you see browsers lockup. Now I bet you are about to reply "it worked before" but as Chrome and Facebook change over time then what worked may fail later.
I'd install another adblocker since I'm seeing ad scripts to really bog down browsers today.
I'm running Windows 10 on an HP Pavilion Desktop 550-150, using Google Chrome as my browser.
When I go on Facebook, checking out all my notifications, I usually open each notification in a new tab, maybe opening up to 20 tabs before I actually look at the first one. This procedure has run fine -- until a few days ago, when all of a sudden the tabs won't open, and the browser appears to freeze, up to the point that I can't even see/move the cursor. I restarted my computer a bunch of times, encountering this. I reset Chrome, which procedure tossed out my adblocker plus and my facebook cleaner (which I can't even reinstall cause I can't recall its name, something with fb....). Anyways, resetting Chrome has not solved my problem. Now I merely open like 10 tabs, and still, although they don't freeze, I have to sit there twiddling my thumbs until one by one eventually opens.
What is going on? What has happened? Is it machine/processor-related, memory-related, browser-related? What can I do to get me back to my perfectly fine browsing habit.
Your suggestions would be truly appreciated.