Google Chrome is one of the most used web browsers, receiving hundreds of millions of visits every day. Despite its great popularity and preference, for years this Google tool has presented a rather serious problem, which is the high consumption of RAM, which means that many users migrate to other search engines.
In general, Google Chrome has for a long time been distinguished for consuming many gigs of RAM without any limits or restrictions, which often leads to slow operations, slow browsing, or even certain errors that force you to restart the browser.
Given this, Google advertisement In December last year, they will work on tools to improve browsing by reducing the use of the device’s RAM, which in turn will be accompanied by a battery saving mode.
Just a few months after this news, Google made it happen by launching a “Memory Saver” mode and a “Power Saver” mode, performance settings that promise up to 40% usage and 10GB less memory for your tabs. It works smoothly and also extend your battery when it’s running low.
So that you can improve the performance of your devices with these configurations, in this article we tell you everything you need to know, as well as how you can activate them.
How do Memory saver and Power saver mode work?
As Google tells us, “Memory Saver” mode will provide a smoother browsing experience by freeing up memory for open tabs that you aren’t currently using, allowing for smoother and faster browsing of your active website. As for the other tabs, they will reload when you return to them.
For its part, the Power Saving mode will extend battery life, according to us reports Google, “When you’re browsing the web with Chrome and your device’s battery level reaches 20%, Chrome will save battery life by limiting background activity and visual effects for websites with animations and videos.”
How do I activate the “Memory Saving” and “Power Saving” modes?
Activating these configurations is very simple, to do this you just need to follow these instructions:
- Enter Google Chrome settings.
- Go to the “Performance” option.
- Once you do that, you will find the Save Memory option and you can activate it.
- This indicates: “When this option is activated, Chrome frees memory from inactive tabs. This saves more computing resources for active tabs and other applications, and keeps Chrome running faster. Active tabs will be automatically reactivated when you return to them »
For his part, regarding the “Power Saving” mode, it must also be found in the “Performance” option, which can be activated in the same way as the memory save.
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