New Modes Came Into Use For Chrome - Su Digital - Web Design and Digital Marketing


New Modes Came Into Use For Chrome

New Modes Came Into Use For Chrome

New Modes Came Into Use For Chrome

Google Chrome, one of the most popular browsers, has recently been on the agenda with two new features; memory and energy saving modes. These features are designed to improve battery life and memory usage on machines running the latest version of the Chrome Computer web browser.

Chrome's new Energy Saver and Memory Saver modes were first announced with the release of Chrome 108 in December last year. These features are now available to everyone as part of Chrome 110 for Windows, Mac, and Chromebook desktops.

Memory Saver mode snoozes currently unused Chrome tabs to free up RAM for more intense tasks and create a smoother browsing experience. However, this does not mean closing the tabs, the tabs still appear, but are not actively open. These tabs can be reloaded at any time to pick up where you left off. The most used websites can also be marked as exempt from the memory saving feature.

Energy Saver, on the other hand, can start limiting background activity, video frame rates, and animated effects when your laptop or Chromebook battery drops below 20 percent while using Chrome. It's also possible to configure the feature to kick in as soon as you unplug the charger to increase efficiency. With Energy Saver mode enabled, fewer visual effects appear on the tab used and a leaf icon next to the address bar.

Both Memory Saver and Energy Saver are enabled by default on devices running Chrome 110. Features can be disabled at any time by going to Settings > Performance tab in the browser.