The next Google Chrome update will make it consume less RAM
Google Chrome’s next update will make the browser consume less RAM than it usually does.

We all know and we all use the all-great Google Chrome. What we also know that as web technologies become more advanced day by day, the burden on our not so advanced RAMs becomes greater and greater.

To address this issue and much to our own relief, you will be happy to know that Google is finally launching its latest update for Chrome that will make the browser consume less than half of the memory than it originally does.

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A subtle difference

The tech giant aims to make its browser much more “memory-efficient” by integrating the latest JavaScript engine that will make the websites heavy on JavaScript to use lesser memory than now.

However, not all of us may notice the difference. The effect may only become obvious if you are running Chrome on basic devices such as phones which normally have a lower RAM than the PC. Additionally, for those who usually have hundreds of tabs open at the same time may find the browser much more worthwhile as the improvement in performance in terms of speed is magnified as such.

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When’s the Launch?

Google has announced that the update will be made available on the 6th of December. Until then, you could try the beta version.

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Carolina

Carolina works for HackRead as a technical writer. She is a Brazilian traveller who has been to almost every country around the world. She has a keen interest in technology, gadgets and social media.