According to Google, the upcoming version of Google Chrome web browser 91 will work 23 percent faster on Windows 10 and MacOS.
Google Chrome is set to become even faster in the future
It still has to be in the future Further performance improvement in Google Chrome The manufacturer promises. With version 92 it will be called “Back-Forward Cache”. Once the previously visited website is in the browser’s cache, users can load this page instantly when they move between the open tabs with the “Back” or “Forward” buttons. This should further improve performance.
So far, Google Chrome and the web browsers based on it have a reputation for buying faster performance with more memory usage. Now there is new, custom freeze technology for web browsers. Open tabs can be put to sleep after a user-defined period of time. Additionally, each user can specify exceptions for websites that do not use stand-by mode. This function is available All browsers based on Google Chrome, For example with Microsoft Edge.
A package of performance improvements for Google Chrome:
- According to Google, the upcoming version of the Google Chrome web browser 91 will work 23 percent faster on Windows 10 and MacOS.
- The update will be distributed to Google Chrome users in the coming days. In addition, Google is working on further performance updates for the web browser.
They are: Google
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