I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem I've been having for some time on my Windows 10 laptop, whereby at some point (no specific interval but often days after startup) tabs in Chrome will start crashing, and often failing to reload or showing an out of memory. Once this starts happening, there seems no way to resolve it without a full reboot of the machine.
The peculiarity with this is that this state which the machine gets itself into also affects Thunderbird and the Slack desktop app at the same time. Most other applications continue unaffected. So I'm interesting in knowing what these three applications have in common, hoping that that will help me diagnose what the problem is.