Google introduces power saving and memory saving modes in Chrome: Here’s how to manually enable it.


Newly introduced memory and power saving modes may help Google Chrome overcome its infamous “resource hog” tag.

Google Chrome | Google Chrome Memory Saver | Google Chrome Power SaverThis new feature is available in the latest version of Chrome (v110) (Image source: Google)

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Google Chrome is the most widely used browser on the Internet, but users criticize it for consuming too much system resources. Over the last few years, Chrome developers have tried to mitigate the problem by optimizing the CPU and RAM consumed.

As it turns out, Google is currently rolling out new energy and memory saving modes to Chrome on Windows, Mac, ChromeOS, and Linux. This new feature helps reduce power consumption and system resource usage, and will be enabled by default in future versions of Chrome.

What is Google Chrome Energy and Memory Saver?

New in Chrome settings page[パフォーマンス]The memory saver feature in tabs works by unloading inactive tabs from memory. When the user navigates to a tab, it’s automatically reloaded into memory. Users can also whitelist certain her websites to prevent them from being affected by Memory Saver, a useful feature for her websites that update information in real time.

On the same page you can also find the new “energy saving” feature. When turned on, Chrome tries to save battery by limiting background activity, disabling certain animations and video frame rates, and disabling the smooth scrolling feature. The user can choose to turn on the energy saver feature as soon as the computer is unplugged or automatically when his battery drops below 20%.

The new feature is available in the latest version of Chrome (v110), but it looks like Google is still rolling it out to some users. If you don’t see it in your Chrome settings, please be patient.

How to enable Energy Saver and Memory Saver in Google Chrome

If you don’t see the new feature in your Google Chrome settings, there’s an easy way to manually enable it.

Just launch Google Chrome, type chrome://flags/ in the address and press enter. Once complete, you’ll see a new page with a warning at the top that the feature is experimental.

Here you will also see a ‘search flags’ field where you can type ‘enable battery saver mode feature in settings’ or search for ‘#battery-saver-mode-available’.

Now change the toggle from “default” to “enabled” and you are good to go. To enable memory saver, search for “enable high efficiency mode feature in settings” or “#high-efficiency-mode-available”. Simply change the toggle from default to enabled and a new “Performance” tab will appear on your Chrome settings page.

Or search for flags by typing “chrome://flags/#battery-saver-mode-available” and “chrome://flags/#high-efficiency-mode-available” in the address bar and changing You can also. Enable the corresponding toggle from default.

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