Google Chrome latest update receives major performance improvements – Compared to the previous build, Google Chrome starts up to 25% faster. According to the search giant, the version with the latest updates is capable of loading pages faster by seven percent.
The final update for the year 2020 was received by Google Chrome which brought performance improvements. It starts faster, load page faster, and provides better battery life. This information was provided by Chrome’s product director, Matt Waddell. Google had already started its launch for a native Chrome M1 build for the new MacBook models, but it had to be stopped for a day.
With the latest updates, active tabs in Chrome stand out compared to other tabs. This reduces the CPU usage by five times and improves battery life by 1.25 hours. However, the details of the device they compared for the results were not shared by Google.
Chrome now uses less power and RAM. It marks the initial move to the web browser, which is famous for making use of large amounts of RAM. Speaking of Android, it loads pages quickly when you go backward or forwards.
With the new guide search feature, Google Chrome allows you to enter a keyword and easily find the guide you are searching for. The search button is next to the minimize button in Windows. It comes with a list of open tabs that have a search bar.
This feature works perfectly with multiple Chrome windows. With this version of Chrome, you will be able to perform certain actions directly from the address bar. For example, typing “delete history” in the address bar gives you the option to clear your browsing history right there. This feature will only be available on the desktop in its initial phase.
Chances are that even cards will be added to Chrome in the near future, which will allow you to return to recently visited content. They will be active on the new Chrome tab page. The feature of a tab search button will soon be added to the latest version 87.0.4280.66. Most likely, it will be added this month.
Google has started to launch the new build of Chrome, which is native to Apple’s MacBook models with M1 and Mac mini. Due to some problems, this implementation has been halted. Chrome product manager Mark Chang tweeted that due to an obstacle, the launch had to be stopped until November 19.
Chang even shared a workaround for unexpected crashes for users who have already downloaded the M1 version of Chrome. Talking about Apple devices with M1, the normal version of Chrome seems to work perfectly well.