- The Google Chrome Memory Saver will soon get a new update that optimizes its memory usage.
- Therefore, it will now be able to save more memory than what was possible before.
- Google Chrome will do so with its new Probabilistic Memory Saver Mode.
You are in luck if you have an old computer with Google Chrome running slow and lagging on it. The Google Chrome Memory Saver tool will soon get a new update, allowing it to save more memory.
If you need clarification, the Google Chrome Memory Saver differs from the Google Chrome Data Saver. The data saver optimizes web pages to make them consume less internet data.
However, the Google Chrome Memory Saver optimizes the entire app to consume less processing power and RAM.
Therefore, it will help us Chrome faster while consuming less RAM memory. It does so by completely shutting down other tabs you are not using at any moment. However, the downside is that once you decide to re-open those tabs again, they will reload from scratch.
This is a valuable feature that will be beneficial for Chrome users using older computers and smartphones. It effectively makes Chrome run faster and smoother on such devices.
The Google Chrome Memory Saver is switched off by default. Therefore, you can switch it on by typing “about://flags” on the Search bar.
However, its memory-saving capabilities will get faster on the new update, thanks to its new Probabilistic Memory Saver Mode. Instead of making all other tabs inactive, it will now distribute memory evenly to keep other tabs open without loading them up again.
So, are you excited to see such new updates arriving to the Google Chrome Memory Saver? Let us know in the comments below!