Google Chrome Introduces Two Modes: Memory & Energy Saver

Google will soon roll the two performance options – Memory saver and Energy saver for the desktop version of its Chrome browser, as per The Verge.

Based on a news report from The Verge, the technology giant Google has introduced energy-saver and memory-saver modes that can help users reduce the amount of memory used by their browser by 30 percent and extend the life of batteries when devices are operating at a low power level.

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The Verge says that when a computer running with Chrome is at 20% power, the Energy Saver mode will maximise the battery’s lifespan and minimize background activity, as well as the visual effects that are present on large websites that contain animations and videos.

The outlet also states the Memory Saver mode frees up memory from tabs that are not being used. You can also exempt important websites from the Memory Saver so they continue to function normally.

Notably, both modes of Google Chrome web will be released as part of Chrome the desktop version (m108), and will be available to users around the world. The new mode can be found under the three dots settings menu in Chrome following their launch, according to The Verge.

Read: Google Chrome Will Not Support On Windows 7 & 8.1 From 2023 Onwards


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