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On my work laptop, my Chrome updated to the latest stable release 76 (76.0.3809.87) today and now Chrome is virtually unusable for the majority of the tools I use for my job.
- clicking filter elements on a PowerBI report
- typing in the reddit.com search bar (CPU spike immediately ends once the suggestions for what has been typed so far have loaded)
- taking virtually any action in Azure DevOps Boards or Backlogs
I was using Chrome yesterday fine up until I left. I always hibernate my work laptop prior to leaving for the day and was not on it last night. In fact, it is likely that the device went to sleep and woke up on the same network as a result of this behavior. There really is no potential for malware involved, but I ran every available scan anyways to no avail.
I've searched long and hard today on how to remedy this issue but cannot seem to find anyone that has experienced this specific situation. I can only conclude that there is some new or changed behavior in Chrome 76 that did not exist in the version 75 I had yesterday.
Please, help me track this down. I'd rather not have to swap all of my work functions to another browser.
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