Google is adapting its cross-site web browser. Chrome 89’s menu: Low RAM on PC and Mac, optimization and new functionality for Android.
This is done, version 89 of the Google Chrome version is used. This means the update will be installed in your home in the next few hours or days. As usual, this is done automatically when you restart your browser, which is obvious to users.
This new version offers significant RAM savings even on Windows 10 or Mac. On Android, users can take advantage of the feature that allows the browser to load faster.
PC and Mac, low RAM
Windows 10 and MacOS versions are lighter, but not for the same reasons.
In Windows 10, Google claims that RAM usage in 64-bit Windows has dropped by 22% in browser performance, 8% in Render, and 3% in GPU. Google indicates a delay, which is 9% lower. These improvements come from the so-called Sharingallog, Which is Google’s memory allocation. This function is now used everywhere, which explains this excellent performance according to Google.
In addition to improving memory allocation to resources, Chrome now makes better use of (removes) memory. The browser recovers up to 100MB per tab, which is more than 20% on some popular sites.
On MacOS, Chrome is also reducing its memory track via background tabs (which was already the case in Windows 10). You should see 8% memory storage or in some cases more than 1GB.
On Android, frozen dry tabs improve speed
Google has deployed the function Frozen dry tabs On Android. When you launch Chrome, smaller, lighter versions of the latest websites will appear. This avoids reloading tabs completely, and the browser seems to load much faster. Google has improved the way these “screen shots” work, you can now scroll, zoom in and click on links பொதுவாக which generally improves browser loading time.