Chrome Group Product Manager Mark Zhang announced that the latest version of Chrome on the desktop introduces two new performance settings, called “Memory Saver” and “Energy Saver” modes, which turn on After that, Chrome can only use up to 40% / 10GB of memory to keep tabs running smoothly and extend battery life when the power is low.

In the next few weeks, these two new features will be rolled out globally for the three major platforms of Windows, macOS and ChromeOS.

Memory Saver: Provides a smoother browser experience

The most practical scenario for this Memory Saver memory-saving mode is to open a bunch of tabs in Chrome and plan to come back to it later. Memory saving mode frees up memory on inactive pages to ensure the smoothest experience while browsing websites. In addition, if you are running other intensive applications at this time (such as cutting videos, making pictures or playing large games), this feature will also be particularly useful.

Energy Saver :Extend battery life

This feature is like a mobile phone’s “Super Power Saving Mode”, which is suitable for laptops with low battery power. After turning on the power saving mode, when the device’s battery power reaches 20%, Chrome will limit the activities of the day after tomorrow and the website with animation/video Visual effects to save battery.

Of course, users can decide whether to enable these special modes, and can also add some websites to the white list so that these sites will not be affected by the memory protection program or the battery protection program.

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