There are multiple chrome processes running in the background while running KSE
This is normal behavior that was confirmed by Google and many experts:
For example: When I manually open a single Chrome tab, I can see there are 8 chrome processes running in the background.
To know details of Chrome processing, you can open Chrome Task Manager by this way:
Click on the 3-line Chrome Settings Icon in the upper-right corner of your screen. From the drop-down menu click on More Tools and then click on the Task Manager option in the side menu that appears
2. On the Chrome Task Manager, click on any Chrome Process that you want to shut down and then click on the End Process button. This will close the selected Chrome Process, preventing it from using resources on your computer.
But after closing manually, some of them still running in the background. This happens when you install Chrome Plugins and Chrome Extension with a default tendency to continue running in the background. Here's how to stop Chrome Background Processes:
Click on the 3-line Chrome Settings Icon
Click on Advance to show System Icon > Click on System
3. Uncheck the option for Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed
Moreover, in case you do not want Chrome to open a new process for every single tab, it is possible to set up Google Chrome browser on your Windows 10 computer to create only a single Process, even if you open multiple tabs on your computer.
Right-click on the Google Chrome Icon in your Start Menu and then click on Properties option. In case the Chrome Icon is on the Taskbar of your computer, right-click on Chrome Icon, right-click on Google Chrome and then click on Properties
2. On the Chrome Properties screen, click on the Target text box and scroll to the end of the line. Insert the phrase –process-per-site after the end of the text which is currently in the Target box.
Note: There needs to be a single space before –process-per-site
3. Click on Apply and OK to close Chrome Properties Screen.
In case you notice any issues after making this change, simply remove the parameter (–process-per-site) from the shortcut and everything will be back to normal.