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I found it out now, just simply type out ./ before index.html start chrome ./index.html


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The culprit was some crappy Google Chrome extension: Disabling it solved the lag issues. I don't know why Google Chrome's task manager didn't show that it was this extension that was taking CPU.


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Right click on the link, and then press the letter "g" on the keyboard. It's almost as fast as just clicking the link


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I created an extension that tries to keep the tab on the same page. When you click on any link it will open that link in a new tab rather than replacing the current tab. If you type a different URL in the location bar, it won't open a new tab. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a way to prevent that through the Chrome extension APIs. https://github.com/...


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I fixed this by changing default 'open with' option on the Mac from Chrome to Firefox and then putting it back to Chrome.



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