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How Chrome Works ?
This diagram illustrates the architecture of Google Chrome and how it processes web content. Chrome uses a multi-process architecture to enhance security and performance. Here's a brief overview of the components: 1. UI Thread: Manages the browser interface, including tabs and buttons. 2. Network Thread: Handles network operations, fetching resources from the web. 3. Web Server: The remote server that hosts web content and responds to requests. 4. Device Thread: Interacts with hardware devices. 5. Browser Process: The central process that coordinates the browser's main functions. 6. Renderer Process: Processes HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to display web pages. 7. Browser Process on Resource-Constrained Devices: An optimized process for devices with limited resources. 8. Plugin Process: Manages third-party plugins used within the browser. 9. GPU Process: Handles graphics processing to offload work from the CPU, improving performance. The arrows indicate the flow of data and control between the various threads and processes, starting from fetching a web page to rendering it on the user's screen. This separation of concerns allows Chrome to run efficiently and securely on a wide range of devices.
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