You can use the extension like TabSuspender which will reduce the memory usage by Chrome upto 80%
From the extension's doc:
Automatically suspend, park, hibernate inactive tabs and save up to
80% of memory, reduce load on your device, battery and heat.
I have 56 tabs open in my chrome at this moment, which consumes around 2 GB only as per Chrome's ...
What Happened there?
Applications keep updating and Chrome keeps getting RAM hungry after every update. That's why after 100 tabs, Chrome would get Choppy as it had started using Virtual Memory as RAM cannot accommodate any more data and it crashes as it reaches 150 due to both RAM Overflow and Page File Overflow. Of course, the number of tabs may differ ...
0xC0000017 means a process couldn't start because there isn't enough free RAM.
Try increasing the size of your page file or installing more RAM.
In OWA 2010 and previous version, there was an option to check the spelling of the message upon sending. Since OWA 2013, OWA completely relies on the spell check capabilities of the browser. You may right-click on 'week' and see what auto-correct suggestion it lists. You can also click 'Add to dictionary' to see whether it helps.
The settings are connected to your Windows settings.
To change ONLY the text relevant to chrome text at menu, do the following:
1) Right click on Desktop and choose Display settings.
2) Choose Advanced Display Settings.
3) Choose Advanced change in text size and other items
4) In the combo box, Choose Message box, and increase the font.
That's it :)
PMA files are for data collection- CrashpadMetrics-active.pma should not be removed manually.
This thread provides most of the answers, e.g.
They are created if one activates "Automatically send
usage statistics and crash reports to Google" in Settings.
The "live" (i.e. BrowserMetrics-identifier.pma) file has the data
shown in chrome:/...
This feature is called one-tap. Its documentation seems to be gone from the website, but StackOverflow has some points. The script in charge is https://smartlock.google.com/client. If you have an adblock extension or something like Greasemonkey, you can block it.
If you want to get rid of the button too, you can block https://apis.google.com/js/platform.js.