A new Chrome feature will use less RAM when managing tabs

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While Chrome is a good browser, it’s no secret that it loves to eat or devour it RAM Our computers. In the case of people who usually have 50 or more tabs open at once, it’s even worse. Fortunately, Chrome will soon have a new feature dedicated to this.

The function or feature will automatically pause tabs that you haven’t visited in a while. This way, it will improve Chrome’s performance without using too much RAM memory. Activity shared by user u/Leopeva64-2 From Reddit, along with some pictures of how it works.

Called Memory Saver, it can be activated from the Performance section of Chrome’s configuration menu, and is dedicated to finding tabs you’re not using and pausing them. Of course, if you revisit an inactive tab, it will reload and let the user know how much RAM was saved by pausing the tab.

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Ya han existido extensiones de Chrome con funciones similares, pero sin duda la llegada de esta característica directamente a Chrome podría suponer un antes y después en consumo de memoria RAM, en especial para aquellos que abren muchas pestañas constantemente. Se espera que Memory Saver llegue en una próxima actualización a Chrome, en el futuro cercano. Mi computadora la espera con ansias. [Reddit via AndroidPolice / Tom’s guide]

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