Google Chrome Now Works Faster On Mac and Android

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Google Chrome Now Works Faster On Mac and Android
Google Chrome Now Works Faster On Mac and Android

American global technology company Google has announced its latest adjustments to Chrome—one of the leading internet browsers in the world. Over the years, several users have lodged complaints about Chrome’s very slow performance. Along with the inordinate amount of time it takes to load pages. And for a while, Google Chrome sought long and hard for ways to improve the swiftness and efficiency of their extensively utilized internet browser. But now, they’ve made a few tweaks.

Google prides itself on being the premier search engine that offers a wide range of tools to assist millions of its users in universally accessing and sharing helpful information. In line with this mission, the Google Chrome web browser is getting a speed boost. This significant modification to the dynamic web browser will allow for a faster and more enjoyable browsing experience. The company announced this in a blog post.

From improved caching to better memory management for all devices, including Mac and Android devices with varying capabilities. These technical improvements will not only make the browser faster, but they’ll also make the experience satisfying. According to them, the changes made to this new upgrade required Google’s expert team of engineers to delve beneath the surface of Google Chrome.

Google Chrome Changes To Improve Functionality

Google Chrome Changes To Improve Functionality
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One of the specific improvements Google factored into their upgrade is HTML Parsing. In the announcement, Google says it has uncovered some targeted optimizations for their highly used JS “Object.prototype.toString” and “Array.prototype.join” functions. Google equally implemented targeted improvements in CSS’s InterpolableColor. All of which are specialized fast paths for parsing to offer a more satisfactory web experience for all of its web users.

Another tweak that was made to the Google Chrome web browser was a more efficient pointer compression. Due to the endless tussle between memory and performance, Google stated that it has made optimizations to how it compresses and decompresses pointers. This is to also ensure a faster, seamless browsing experience for its users with reduced memory consumption. Google further highlights the relocation of frequently accessed objects like JavaScript’s “undefined” to the beginning of the memory bases. Where they can be easily accessed with faster machine code.

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