Save energy, memory with new Google Chrome modes. Try them now.

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The Google Chrome browser is set to become much more efficient thanks to its new energy and memory saving methods. Google Chrome users will be able to speed up their work and avoid lag with these two new performance boosting settings. Wondering how? Google says that with these new settings, Chrome uses up to 40 percent and 10 GB less memory to keep your tabs running smoothly. That’s because Google is now introducing two new settings – Energy and Memory Saver Mode for Chrome on Windows, MacOS and ChromeOS. Yes, the upcoming versions of Chrome will have a new feature that reduces power consumption and system resource usage.

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How it works? This will work best if you have multiple tabs open. Chrome that you plan to revisit later. Because with Memory Saver Mode, unused tabs will be flushed from memory, freeing up system resources to ensure the best browsing experience for active websites. Inactive tabs will automatically reload when you need them.

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On the other hand, the Energy Saver mode on Chrome will help you when your battery is running low and there is no laptop charger nearby. When your device’s battery level reaches 20 percent, Chrome will save battery by limiting background activity and visual effects for websites with animations. Videos. Here’s how to enable Chrome Memory Saver and Energy Saver modes.

How to Enable Chrome Memory Saver and Energy Saver Mode

Step 1:

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Can’t find the new feature in Google Chrome settings? Do this quickly to activate them. Just open your Google Chrome.

Step 2:

Type ‘chrome://flags/’ in the address bar and hit enter.

Step 3:

This will open a new page with a pop-up warning at the top stating that the features are experimental. You will also find a ‘Search Flags’ field where you just need to type ‘Enable battery saver mode feature in settings’.

Step 4:

Turn on the toggle from ‘Default’ to ‘Enable’ and that’s it.

Step 5:

Similarly, search for ‘Enable high efficiency mode feature in settings’ or ‘#high-efficiency-mode-available’ in the address bar and change the toggle from ‘default’ to ‘enabled’.

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