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Find the biggest one, and kill that.
It's normally the "master" instance, and the others are web pages and extensions etc. - and the extensions do often get re-opened when they are closed. Cut off the head, and the rest will close as well.
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I find it's also a matter of timing...if you do it fast enough, you may be able to kill them all before another gets respawned.
Failing that, time to fire up PowerShell and write a small script that identifies the processes by name, and kills them all as fast as it can. That might be the better solution in the long run (assuming Google doesn't come to its senses and stop doing that).
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you probably forgot to do it nude... that's why it didn't work
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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