- Google is implementing two new features that will help save battery and memory.
- The two features are rolling out for Chrome on desktop.
- The update will hit globally for Windows, macOS, and ChromeOS over the next several weeks.
Despite how much you like using other browsers, it is a power- and memory-hungry machine. There is a problem with an update that will bring two new features.
There is a battery-saving feature and a memory-saving feature for the Chrome browser. The new performance settings should be available to everyone on Windows, macOS, and ChromeOS over the next few weeks, according to the company.
The tech giant claims that memory saver mode will make the browser use 30% less memory. Keeping tabs running smoothly is the aim of the feature. If you have a lot of tabs open, memory saver will free up memory from the tabs you aren’t using. When you come back, the inactive tabs are reloaded.
The battery saver only kicks on when the computer’s battery level falls to 20%. The setting will limit things like background activity and visual effects for websites with animations and videos when you reach 20%.
The company states that users can turn off either setting if they want. The websites you want to keep out of the feature can be marked with memory saver.
The settings can be found by clicking on the three dots in the menu.