How do you speed up Chrome? If you look at a market like this, of course, considering the other features, Chrome may be the fastest browser. However, Chrome, which is cruel about ram consumption, can even cause itches on the computer. Preventing this will now be possible with the next update. The feature that is currently in the testing phase can be tested by all users. How Does?
What is Chrome Canary?
It is the version that Chrome first released an update. It is even before the beta test. It is not stable at all. This is the section where users send feedback to try and improve.
How to reduce the use of ram?
The Skip Best Effort Task feature has been integrated into the Canary version. When this feature is activated, some features that are not required, will be postponed. This way, Chrome will open faster and take action faster. According to the statement, this feature will be activated when it is turned off and will perform its duty. Especially the related explanation is as follows;
While this feature is active, the tasks with the lowest priority will not be performed until the moment of closure. Low first task queue can increase memory usage. Also, while it is possible to use Chrome almost exactly the same while this flag is in the air, some invisible operations such as writing user data to disk, erasing memory, reporting metrics, or updating components will not be performed until shutdown.
In other words, Chrome will not do this until it is closed, and it will complete all of them while it is closed. Will this not cause a slowdown in closing? To use this feature;
Type hrome: // flags / # disable-best-effort-tasks and hit enter. Raise the flag.
Download the Canary version here