Sometimes, we need to increase timeout for waiting for webpages to get from a busy server. But, unfortunately, Chrome has a hardcoded/predefined value for timeout for optimal loading. It can not be re-assigned not customized.
If you urgently need to set a longer timeout for loading busy website, switch to Mozilla Firefox. In Firefox, you can navigate to the config page via this link
about:config, then search for
network.http.connection-timeout and set it as you like. That’s it. You are done.
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