If Google’s Chrome browser is number one today, it’s because it has so many advantages. But unfortunately, Chrome is also accused of using too many resources on computers.
With the update expanded, the company is trying to fix that. In fact, Google mentions many improvements in terms of performance and resource usage.
According to product manager Matt Waddell, Chrome now gives the active tab over other default tabs, which would reduce CPU usage by five times. In addition, Google’s internal references indicate that this new update could extend battery life by 1.25 hours.
The browser also starts up 25% faster, pages load 7% faster, and these improvements don’t increase, reducing RAM usage. Otherwise, on mobile, Google Chrome could open the pages almost immediately “back and forth.”
New time-saving features
In addition to enhancements that make the browser faster and less coveted, Google offers features that make users more productive.
For example, in open tab management, Google Chrome has a new search tool. Instead of opening the tabs one by one to find what you are looking for, you can type a keyword to find it faster.
In addition, the omnibox bar allows you to access an address or search the web. For example, in this bar, you can type “change passwords” to access Chrome’s password settings. Another request allows you to delete history faster.
Finally, Google is experimenting with blank tab cards that invite you to continue your research in a previous session. For example, if you’re looking for a spaghetti recipe, Google Chrome may show you a card asking you to continue with the recipe.
At the time of writing, it seems that not all of these functions are extended yet. In any case, Google is making significant improvements to its browser as soon as Microsoft Edge can follow.
Remember, the new version of Microsoft Edge uses the same Chrome technology as Google Chrome, which makes it more efficient. And that makes the Edge a little more popular, even though it’s still a far cry from the number of Chrome users.