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Google Chrome’s latest features address battery and memory optimizations

Google has released optimization features designed to improve battery life and memory usage on machines running the latest version of the Chrome desktop web browser. Chrome is new Energy Saving and Memory Saving modes were first announced last December along with the release of Chrome 108, and now as noted by android policethe two optimization tools are rolling out globally to Chrome 110 desktops for Mac, Windows, and Chromebooks.

Memory Saver mode essentially snoozes Chrome tabs that aren’t currently in use to free up RAM for more intensive tasks and create a smoother browsing experience. Don’t worry if you’re a tab hoarder though, as these inactive tabs are still visible and can be reloaded at any time to pick up where you left off. Your most used websites can also be marked as Memory Saver exempt to ensure they always run at the highest possible performance.

A gif showing Google Chrome's new memory saving mode in action.  The gif zooms in on the taskbar and offers a sample text box.

Google claims that Chrome’s Memory Saver mode can reduce a device’s memory usage by up to 40 percent.
Image: Google

Energy Saver mode similarly limits all unnecessary website activity in the background, such as visual effects such as smooth scrolling on animations or videos. You can choose to have it run when a device running Chrome drops to 20 percent battery, or from the moment you unplug it. However, Google didn’t mention how much juice the feature could save.

A gif of Google Chrome's new Energy Saver mode.  The gif zooms in on a desktop taskbar in Chrome and shows a text box with the text

Energy Saver mode starts limiting visual effects that run in the background of websites when your device is at 20 percent battery.
Image: Google

Both Memory Saver and Energy Saver are enabled by default on devices running Chrome 110 and can be disabled at any time by going to the Performance tab of your system settings.

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