Are you looking forward to updates related to the impact of Chrome on performance and battery life for MacOS? Well, if the answer is yes, then you are on the right page.
The updates pertaining to this were given by Max Christoff via Wall Street Journal.
The company is doing all that it can to ensure that the three major improvements are out in the next couple of months. These are expected to deal with the longstanding reputation of Chrome as a memory and battery hog.
The Chrome performance is not a destination and is a journey.
The investments will keep going on, in terms of improvements related to performance, battery life and speed.
Chrome has been actively working on cracking down on the ads that are resource intensive across the web as these clog the power of Mac in the background.
The work has been going on for a while now.
All those ads which are violating or demanding the limit will be blocked automatically and will be replaced efficiently by “Ad removed” space.
Another major change:
Christoff also mentioned another major change that you can look out for which is Chrome’s capability to deal with active windows and tabs which the user has not visited for some time.
In the coming times, Chrome will work on improving issues related to the tabs that have to be throttled. The dormant windows end up draining a lot of energy in the background. With this mind blowing improvement you will be able to see a spectacular impact on performance and battery.
Last but not the last, Google is also all set to work on an optimization which will enhance the speed of those parts of the software that are the most performance-critical oriented.
Mozilla Firefox and Apple’s Safari are giving a tough competition to Chrome.
No exact details have been given regarding the date of arrival of the updates. But it is expected that the wait will not be that long.
These updates are expected to give the necessary kick to Chrome as the competition is growing at a rapid speed in terms of performance.
For more details, we can only wait and watch.