Google Launches exclusive Memory and Energy Saving Features

Google Chrome Web browser
Google Chrome Web browser

Google has announced the launch of two new features, Memory Saver and Energy Saver, for its popular web browser Chrome on macOS, Windows, and ChromeOS. These features will be turned on by default, making browsing faster, more efficient, and environmentally friendly.

The Memory Saver feature works by reducing the amount of memory that Chrome uses. This means that you can keep more tabs open without experiencing any slow-downs or crashes. Chrome will automatically suspend inactive tabs, freeing up system resources and ensuring that your active tab runs smoothly.

The Energy Saver feature, on the other hand, helps to reduce your device’s power consumption, making your battery last longer. This is particularly useful for those who use their laptops or tablets for extended periods without access to a power source.

Energy Saver achieves this by automatically pausing non-essential tasks and scripts in the background.Both features are designed to work seamlessly in the background without any disruption to your browsing experience.

This means that you can continue to use Chrome as usual while enjoying the benefits of improved memory usage and power efficiency.

These new features are part of Google’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and reducing carbon emissions. By reducing memory usage and power consumption, Chrome users can enjoy a faster, more efficient browsing experience while also reducing their carbon footprint.


In addition to these new features, Google has also made several other improvements to Chrome, including better support for modern web technologies and improved security features.

As always, these updates will be automatically applied to Chrome, ensuring that users always have the latest and most secure version of the browser.

Overall, Google’s new Memory Saver and Energy Saver features are a welcome addition to Chrome, providing improved performance and sustainability for users. With these features turned on by default, Chrome users can expect a better browsing experience while also doing their part for the environment.

Pragnesh P.
Pragnesh P.

Pragnesh P. is an author at TechTudum, a tech and gaming blog that helps readers to stay aware of new technologies, gadgets and games. He always been surrounded by gadgets and tech all his life and he loves to read about new and futuristic things. He graduated with honors from VNSG University with a dual degree in Business Administration and Creative Writing.

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