I am using brave as my main browser and I am on a dell xps 2in1.
i have around 30 pages open on my browser since I do a lot of research and jump back and forth on these pages.
I noticed my browser often freezing lately at least once a day and I have to force quit it to get it to work again. Any way I can fix this?
I am not very techy when it comes to all this linux stuff so please bare with me.
You're a power user, no doubt! You're maxing out your memory, which is why your swap file is maxed out. And that with 16 GB of RAM!
Some steps you can take:
Find a browser which doesn't take so much memory. I use SRWare Iron (it's Google Chrome with all the corporate spyware stripped out)... I've had as many as 50 tabs opened, I've got 12 GB of RAM, and everything still worked.
nohang/focal,focal,now 0.2.0-1~oibaf~f all [installed]
sophisticated low memory handler for Linux
Install more RAM... you've likely only got 2 memory slots, and an 8 GB stick in each slot, so you'd have to buy all new memory if you want memory interleaving for maximum data throughput. If that's not such a big concern, you might get away with buying a single 16 GB stick, keeping one 8 GB stick, giving you 24 GB. But for your usage pattern, I'd recommend 32 GB or more. If you can afford it, max the machine out.
At a minimum, I'd recommend also setting up a USB stick as a second swap drive. 8 GB should be sufficient, 16 GB would be plenty, 32 GB would be overkill. The faster the USB stick, the better, so try to use one that supports USB 3.2 (and plug it into a USB 3.2 port).
This is the same pendrive what you have installed Zorin on this pendrive?
Use a terminal with a command cfdisk /dev/sdc
Then choose a partition and ther will be a delete then click yes.
TAB is how you going on buttons.