Now Google Chrome is more Power and RAM efficient

Google brings you the latest update for the Chrome 87 browser that improves speed, performance and efficiency browser Chrome.

With the latest update, Chrome will prioritize the tabs that are actively viewed by users and override background activity on tabs that are not seen.

As a result, Google Chrome claimed to reduce the workload of the processor (CPU) up to 5 times and save battery life up to 1.25 hours longer.

“We do this without sacrificing important background features for users, such as playing music and getting notifications,” said Matt Waddel, Product Director. Google Chrome.

In addition, Google also claims that Chrome 87 will later be able to open 25 percent faster than the previous version, and load internet pages up to 7 times faster and save money. RAM.

In addition, navigation between pages (back and forward) in the Android version of Chrome 87 is now claimed to be more agile and smoother than the previous version.

Various efficiency support features Apart from the performance aspect, Google has also released a number of new features that will be present in Chrome 87. This feature also aims to increase user efficiency when using the browser.

Tab Search feature that can browse and search for any tab that is currently open by the user. This feature is located to the far right of the row of tabs (shaped like an “O” icon) and can be clicked to open a search field.

There is a Chrome Actions feature that allows users to launch various setup functions via Chrome’s URL box known as “Omnibox”. This feature is actually a shortcut to a number of Chrome settings.

It’s just that the orders are based on keywords (keyword). For example, if a user wants to delete their browsing history, they can simply type a related keyword, such as “delete my history”, in the Omnibox box.

These features are certain to be released in the future. Chrome version 87 itself has been rolled out gradually to several supported platforms, namely Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, Linux, and ChromeOS.