New Chrome version released with memory improvements
Google Chrome is a browser famous for consuming lots of resources. You can test this by opening 10 websites simultaneously in Microsoft Edge, Firefox and Chrome. Out of the three, you will see that Chrome takes up the most memory. Thankfully, there are lots of extensions that can help you check and control the memory it uses.
However, Google recently announced that Chrome 55 will sport significant memory improvements that will reduce memory consumption. The announcement offered details about the tracking and measurement process the company developed for the improvements.
All in all, it seems that Google did a great job in improving its browser, but it remains to be seen whether people will notice any difference.
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