inside the google chrome os security model. google will use a combination of system hardening process isolation verified boot secure auto-update and encryption that thwart malicious hackers
it doesn’t matter if you have opened one tab or are having multiple windows opened on your google chrome web browser you will notice google chrome multiple processes running in the background. if you have ever opened task manager when google chrome is being used you will see fairly amount of chrome.exe processes running.
in windows task manager it seems that i have multiple chrome processes running even though i only have one chrome window open. how is this possible i always thought each open program represented one process. while the sheer number of the individual chrome.exe processes at first appears baffling there’s a perfectly good explanation for the
google chrome task manager. if you want to fully understand what google chrome is exactly running within each process you can bring up google chrome’s task manager by pressing “shift” + “esc“. each one of the items listed in the google chrome task manager is run within a windows process.
i can say however that with chrome installed and running i don't seen anything like what you are showing. as a matter of fact explore.exe is not a legitimate windows or chrome file. explorer and iexplore are but not explore. i would look more towards the other processes like gamesbotsvc.exe and installagent.exe for the culprit.
if chrome for android users visit a site where they enter passwords chrome will isolate that site from all the other tabs in a separate android process keeping the user's data safe from spectre
chrome uses a multi process architecture. these chromium processes essential represent each tab you have opened in the browser. this way if one process crashes it "should not" bring down the whole browser.
disable multiple chrome processes in windows 10. once you understand the reason for multiple chrome browser processes on your computer you may not really want to disable multiple chrome processes on your computer unless it becomes necessary.
this process shows you how to export your passwords stored in chrome into a csv file so that you are able to import your account credentials into a password manager. however there's one big caveat.