A lot of us are used to keeping many tabs open at the same time. Due to recent browser updates, background tabs are now shutdown by browsers like Google Chrome, causing you to be disconnected.
I've seen a lot of people complaining about it. Some people have asked why I added an "autokicker" system -- the answer is I haven't! (Why on earth would I do that??) It's actually because of 2 new "features" introduced by Chrome as of version 87 -- "Tab Throttling" and "Occlusion Tracking". (click the link if you want to learn more about them)
In a nutshell, unless you have AW on top where you can see it, Chrome will disconnect you after a short time.
To fix it, you can do the following:
1) open a browser tab and go to chrome://flags
3) search for "Calculate window occlusion on Windows" and set it to "Disabled"
4) restart Chrome
Thanks to Witch-Doctor for originally finding out about this