Google revealed new technical details for the latest stable version of its browser, Chrome 89, Which will save Windows PC users saving Up to 22% in memory consumption.
Chrome 89 uses the new advanced memory locator PartitionAlloc, which is optimized to reduce latency and improve efficiency, the US company said in a statement.
This new element enables the browser to save up to 22 percent in memory consumption for its Windows processes, 8 percent in width, and 3 percent in GPU graphics processing. All this makes the browser 9 percent more responsive than the previous version of Chrome for PC.
Reduced memory consumption It also occurs in the Chrome version of Apple computersWith macOS, it’s down by 8 percent, and as low as 1 GB in some cases.
Google Browser is also smarter when it comes to using or eliminating memory, and Uses 100MB per tab, which reduces background memory usage For prolonged inactive eyelashes. In this sense, the performance on the background tabs improved by 65 percent according to Apple’s Energy Impact Rating.
Chrome 89 also has improvements in its version for Android mobiles. Thanks to the news from Google Play, Chrome now has fewer bugs due to overuse of resources and a 5 percent improvement in power consumption.
Also, Google Browser for Android opens 7.5 percent faster than the previous version, and pages load 2 percent faster than before.
Google has redesigned Chorme for Android mobile phones with current versions of the system (Android 10 or later) and with 8 GB of RAM or more. In these devices, the browser starts working with 64 bits, which makes it more stable, loads 8.5 percent of previous pages, and is 28 percent more flexible when scrolling.
Finally, Google implemented a new technology for Chrome 89 to load earlier on Android, known as “Freeze-dry” tabs, in which the browser saves a lighter version of the tabs, similar to screen capture, but with basic support for functions like scrolling and zooming. And clicking on the links.
Freeze-dried Chrome tabs are “used on startup while the actual tab is loading in the background, which means that you reach your pages faster,” Google said.
On a computer, the easiest way to get the latest version of Chrome is to go to the settings menu (the three vertical dots in the top right) and then go to “Help” and “About Google Chrome”; When in there, it will show the version we have, and if there is a later version, the download will begin. On smartphones, you have to go to the corresponding application store.