Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. It has a memory saver mode which once enabled frees up memory from inactive tabs. Do you want to enable the memory saver feature on the Google Chrome browser? If yes, in this read, you will learn how to turn on memory saver mode in Google Chrome.
How to Turn ON Memory Saver Mode in Google Chrome?
Google Chrome has introduced a Memory saver feature for the browser running on version 108 or above which reduces the memory usage from the system. In this article, we have added the steps by which you can enable memory saver mode in the Google Chrome browser.
Enable Memory Saver Feature
Once enabled, Chrome frees up memory from inactive tabs. This gives active tabs and other apps more computer resources and keeps Chrome fast. Your inactive tabs automatically become active again when you go back to them. Follow the below steps to enable the feature.
1. Open the Google Chrome browser on your PC.
2. Click on the three-dots icon at the top and select Settings.
3. Tap on Performance from the left sidebar (if you are not seeing the Performance option in the sidebar, make sure to update the browser).
4. Finally, turn on the toggle next to the Memory saver.
So, these are the steps by which you can enable the Memory saver feature in the Chrome browser. I hope you find this article helpful; if you did, share it with your friends and family.
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