Hyper-Threading is a Google Chrome feature that can increase performance for games or apps by increasing connections between different processors in your computer. Although this feature may increase performance, enabling hyper-threading may make your computer more vulnerable to exploitations. Use the instructions below to enable hyper-threading.
Disclaimer: Hyper-Threading can cause issues with your computer, so please use it at your own risk.
How to enable or hyper-threading in Chrome flags
- Open the Chrome browser on your computer.
- Type chrome://flags#scheduler-configuration into the address bar and press Enter.
- In the Scheduler Configuration section, select Enables Hyper-Threading on relevant CPUs or Disables Hyper-Threading on relevant CPUs.
- Click on Restart.
Note: This feature is not supported for all processors and is currently only supported on ChromeOS versions 74 and up.