How to get better and faster performance in Google Chrome


In the past few updates, tech giant, Google has tamed the resource hungry nature of its popular browser, Chrome, which is now relatively better compared to the previous version. However, despite all the improvements, there are situations when Google Chrome starts demanding more resources. In case you leave your tabs open all the time in the background then you might have noticed some slowdown and battery drain in your device as background tabs use system resources and also consume power that eventually results in system slowdown. The latest version of Google Chrome also comes with a new feature that allows users to boost its performance manually. Wondering how? Follow our step-by-step guide.

Pre-requisites:

Latest version of Google Chrome

Working internet connection

It is also worth mentioning that this feature is available on both Mac and Windows version of the browser.

Steps to follow:

-Open Google Chrome and click on the three horizontal dots from the top right corner

-Head to ‘Settings’ option under the drop down menu bar

-Scroll down and look for ‘System’ section

-Under the System section, check for the option ‘Use hardware acceleration when available’

-Click on the toggle placed in front of that option to turn on this feature

-Now, Click on the ‘Relaunch’ button to restart the Chrome

-Once down, start browsing.

There are a few other ways that can help users to boost Google Chrome performance such as closing unwanted tabs or adding bookmarks so that you can access the links later when required. Also, the browser support tons of extensions and add ons, which can also cause such issues. Removing them can also help boost the overall performance of the browser.

 

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