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How to enable Strict site isolation mode in Google Chrome

Strict site isolation is a new experimental feature of Google's Chrome web browser that ensures that processes are limited to pages from one site. Chrome's multi-process architecture was introduced with the release of the browse. It improves security and stability of the browser at the expense of computer memory. Security is improved as it becomes […] Ghacks needs you.
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