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Over 14 years after its debut, has become increasingly resource-hungry, consuming more and more system memory and battery life in seemingly reckless abandon. Google is finally taking steps to stop browsers from overtaxing your computer. As part of Chrome 110 for Windows, Mac and Chromebook desktops, the company is rolling out memory and energy saving modes.
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Memory Saver freezes inactive tabs to free up RAM for other pages and apps. Click a frozen tab to continue where you left off.As A speedometer icon in the address bar indicates that the tab was inactive and is now in use again. You also have the option to exclude specific sites from memory saver. Google claims this feature reduces Chrome’s memory usage by up to 30%. Do you know what else can help? Close unused tabs.
Energy Saver, on the other hand, can start limiting background activity, video frame rate, and animation effects when you’re using Chrome and your laptop or Chromebook’s battery level drops below 20%. To improve efficiency, you can even configure the feature to kick in as soon as you unplug the charger.When Energy Saver is active, you’ll see a leaf icon next to the address bar. Not to mention reducing the visual effect of the tabs you are using.
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