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Windows 7, 64-bit.

When I start Chrome, and open the in-browser Task Manager, I see one less process reported than I see in Windows' Task Manager. This extra process starts and stops with the rest of Chrome, and generally uses ~1MB of memory.

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Notice that PID 3700 does not show up on Chrome's list. Is this expected?

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Chrome also has a background process that runs in Windows. So yes, you may not see every process in the Chrome Task Manager that you do in the Windows Task Manager

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