For more information, see the section Extensions.
In Turbo mode, loading pages are compressed on Yandex servers. This usually speeds up the browser significantly. However, if the user's computer is located very far from Yandex servers, the advantage of compressing contents may be lost due to the fact that the page is not sent to the user directly, but via a Yandex server.
Check whether turning off Turbo speeds up the browser:
For more information, see the section Turbo mode.
For more information, see the section Cache.
If you can't resolve the issue on your own, please write to our Support department using the feedback form, describing your situation in as much detail as possible.
You don't need to worry if there are a lot of processes running. All browsers based on the Chromium engine work like this. Each browser window, as well as certain extensions and plug-ins, is a separate process that won't affect other tabs and extensions in the event of a failure.
The amount of RAM consumed depends on the type of content on an open page.
On average, with several tabs open, the browser consumes from 300 to 1000 MB of RAM. If a page has complex Flash objects, memory consumption may exceed 1000 MB.
The number of extensions activated in the browser also affects the amount of memory consumed.