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I have Chrome 13.0.782.220 m version and Windows 7 Proffesional. The problem is that when I open random site in new tab and then continue to scroll in the current site, the scrolling starts to lag big time. I must wait to load completely the new tab, and then continue to use/read the same site. I tried Smooth Scrolling extension and nothing. I have these extensions installed:

  1. Neat Bookmarks
  2. Adblock
  3. FlashBlock
  4. After The Deadline
  5. LastPass
  6. Clip to Evernote
  7. TabCloud
  8. WOT

and this apps (apps running in the background):

  1. Quick Note
  2. Read Later Fast

My HP ProBook 4510s laptop specifications are:

  • Processor :Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T5870 (2.0 GHz , 2 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB)
  • Operating System :Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic 32
  • Chipset :Mobile Intel PM45 Express Chipset
  • System Memory : 3GBB (1 x 1024 MB + 1 x 2048 MB) DDR2 800 MHz ,Up to 8GB
  • Hard Drive :320GB 5400RPM SATA HDD
  • Display :15.6-inch diagonal LED-backlit HD anti-glare (1366 x 768 resolution)
  • Graphics :ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4330,512 MB dedicated video memory (1024 MB HyperMemory)
  • Audio :High Definition Audio support
  • Optical Drive :SATA DVD+/-RW SuperMulti DL LightScribe Drive
  • ...

I noticed that in about:plugins there is two or more plugins like Flash (Flash installation and built in Flash plugin in Chrome)...

So what is the problem here? I have no problem using Firefox (Aurora version), IE9 and Opera. Is something to do with the extensions or the plugins? I'm thinking switching back to Firefox because of this :S :\

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Try disabling all extensions - or load the page in incognito mode. If it's fine then you have a extension problem –  Sathya Sep 9 '11 at 8:56
    
@Sathya that's quite a good idea, I didn't think of that :D thanks –  Kvizii Sep 9 '11 at 9:13
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Post an answer if you find the errant extension. BTW - I'd recommend you not use Smooth Scroll –  Sathya Sep 9 '11 at 9:22

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The errant extension appears to be LastPass.

I am on the same version of Chrome on Linux, and have been facing the slow, sluggish scrolling since LastPass's last update released a couple of days ago.

Disabling LastPass immediately fixes the slow scrolling issue for me.

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Thanks for bringing this to our attention, LastPass will address this in our next release. -Bob from LastPass –  user97635 Sep 13 '11 at 4:34
    
This has been driving me nuts! –  chaiwalla Sep 18 '11 at 16:39
    
LastPass has fixed this problem in the latest release. Thanks to LastPass team for the quick response to the support ticket I raised with them! –  Rahul Sep 20 '11 at 17:07

I've been having scrolling issues for a while, and it got much worse after the last Chrome update, on both of my machines. Disabling the WOT extension made the problem go away for me.

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