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Google Chrome now offers memory and energy modes for desktop users

You can improve the efficiency of open tabs and increase the battery life of your computer with Chrome's performance options.

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The Memory Savers and Energy Saver modes are now available on Chrome for desktops. Note that all these features were announced last year that will make the PC run faster and have longer battery life when in Memory and Energy saver mode. While the Energy Saver function will save battery life by restricting background activity. Now that they are available, the functionalities come enabled by default on Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chromebooks.

Google is now widely implementing the Memory and Energy Saving modes on Chrome 110 for Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chromebooks. The desktop will run more quickly and have longer battery life while using Google’s browser when Memory and Energy saver modes are enabled. Memory will be automatically freed up from inactive tabs in Memory Saving mode, while the Energy Saver feature will cut down on background activity to save battery life. Under Chrome Settings, you can disable the modes if necessary.

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Turn Memory Saver on or off

Chrome deactivates inactive tabs to conserve memory and improve the performance of active tabs. An idle tab immediately reloads when you access it. Google claims that the Memory Saver mode will improve the performance of your active video and gaming tabs.

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Your computer’s settings and usage practices can make it impossible to deactivate a tab.

  • Launch Chrome on your computer.
  • Click More and then Settings in the top right corner.
  • Toggle to Performance from the left.
  • On or off the Memory Saver.

Turn Energy Saver on or off

Chrome decreases its background processes and image capture rate in order to prolong the battery life of your device.

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When Energy Saving is activated, it begins operating automatically anytime your device is unplugged or when the battery is running low. Your device’s Energy Saver does not activate when it is plugged in.

  • Launch Chrome on your desktop.
  • Click More and then Settings in the top right corner.
  • Click Performance in the left menu.
  • Choose your desired option after turning Energy Saving on or off.

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Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.
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