After upgrading to Google Chrome version 63.0.3239.108 on Linux, I noticed a new behavior from Gmail.
I have several Gmail accounts and each time I login to one of my Gmail accounts, I notice that a new subframe for "https://accounts.google.com" is created in the Google Chrome Task Manager.
If I close a browser window with Gmail in it, the subframe disappears. But as long as the Gmail web app for each account is open, the subframes for those accounts remain. (continuing to use RAM)
- Why did these subframes start appearing?
- Is this a new part of the Gmail web app that everyone using Google Chrome will see?
- Will it cause problems for Gmail if I use "End Process" (in the Google Chrome Task Manager) to remove these subframes?
- I tried this and didn't notice any problems so far.