New Chrome features to unlock a seamless browsing experience
Chrome Memory Saver and Chrome Energy Saver are also going to take care of your device in their efforts to provide a seamless browsing experience.
New Chrome features are ready to improve your browsing experience in many ways. Google, which enjoys unrivaled supremacy among browsers thanks to Chrome, has recently revealed that two brand new Chrome features will be coming soon.
For the uninitiated, Google releases new updates for its browser platform, Chrome, from time to time. Although it happens to be the most popular browser in the world and Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge don’t even come close, there has been a continuous effort to strengthen it by adding new features with each and every update.
It has been learned that this time there will be two amazing features, all brand new, which will make your browsing experience even more seamless, come the next update. These are Chrome Memory Saver and Chrome Energy Saver. Let’s delve deeper with them and analyze every aspect apart from giving you the easiest guide to have them in a hassle-free way.
New Chrome features: Tailored for ultimate performance
At the moment, everyone is looking for a faster web surfing experience. But Google strongly feels that to ensure a first-class browsing performance, you have to pull something beyond just speed. Only then can it tick all the right boxes. This very thought is still at the heart of the idea behind the new Chrome features.
We found echoes of this thought in the words of Mark Chang, Group Product Manager, Chrome, during Google’s official announcement of the upcoming Chrome features. Chang went on to say, “With the latest version of Chrome on the desktop, we’re introducing two new performance settings so Chrome uses up to 40% and 10GB less memory to keep tabs running smoothly, extending battery life when it’s running low . ”
Therefore, Chrome will now be optimized for your device’s battery and system memory thanks to the upcoming browser update. Therefore, first of all, it will be of great help to those who have a habit or are forced to keep several tabs open at the same time. Also in emergency situations, when the device’s battery level reaches the bottom and there is no charger nearby.
How do the new Chrome features work?
Memory Saver Mode is specially designed to free up memory from tabs you’re not currently using, so the active websites you’re browsing can have the smoothest possible experience. This becomes quite useful when running other intensive applications, such as editing family videos or playing games. Also, you don’t have to worry a bit as any inactive tabs will be reloaded immediately when you need them.
On the other hand, if you run out of battery and don’t have a portable charger at your disposal, the new Chrome Energy Saver comes to the rescue. If you’re browsing the web with Chrome and your device’s battery level drops below 20%, Chrome will automatically start saving battery by limiting background activity and visual effects for websites with animations and videos.
How to get the new update?
We have come to know that the new Chrome update is coming to a wide range of operating systems, almost covering all the popular OS platforms. Namely Windows, macOS and ChromeOS, which means you will be able to enjoy the brand new Chrome Memory Saver and Chrome Energy Saver on Chromebooks and MacBooks apart from the regular Windows laptops.
In the meantime, here’s how you can easily update Chrome through a few simple steps to enjoy the new features.
- Go to Chrome on your desktop.
- Look at the top right and click on the icon with three dots.
- Open Help > About Google Chrome.
- Select Update Google Chrome. If you do not come across this button, rest assured that you already have the latest version.
- After the update is complete, restart your Chrome browser.
- Go to Settings, you will see a new Performance sidebar menu with the two new features – Chrome Memory Saver and Chrome Energy Saver.
In all likelihood, this long-awaited update will be out in the next few weeks.
Chrome widens the gap
Chrome is by far the most used browser globally. It’s miles ahead of Safari, which some Apple users continue to embrace, often due to the fact that it’s built-in and thus becomes seamless on Apple devices. While Firefox or Microsoft Edge aren’t even capable of posing a challenge, forget closing it.
In such a scenario, these two new Chrome features, Chrome Memory Saver and Chrome Energy Saver, will give a big boost and catapult a massive upgrade. Users will be able to work quickly and switch between different tasks almost effortlessly. Most importantly, in crisis situations, they will be saved from running out of power prematurely and missing a deadline or an important business meeting.
We’ll be keeping a close eye on their progress and bringing you exclusive updates on their performance once they’re out. You’ll have to wait another week or two to get your hands on the new Chrome features. Until then, take a look at the best data cleansing tools to work faster along with ticking the security boxes, in times of increasing digital fraud.