Google Chrome shows how much memory tabs use for users

09 ноя, 18:00

Google Chrome, one of the most popular web browsers, has recently added a useful feature that allows users to easily determine how much memory each tab in the browser is using. This new feature is now available on Mac, Windows, ChromeOS, and other operating systems.

According to 9to5Google, users can now quickly and conveniently check their memory usage by simply hovering over a specific tab. This feature allows users to understand in more detail what kind of web pages can load their system.

In addition to the normally available information about the tab name and the corresponding domain, users can now see Memory Usage right when they hover over a tab in the tab bar. For example, the Google homepage can take up 44 megabytes of memory.

To use this useful feature, you need to make sure your browser is up to date with the latest version. It's important to keep your browser up to date to have access to updates and new features like this one that improve your Google Chrome experience.

This initiative has been an important step for many users, as it gives you the ability to better control your computer's resource usage and reduce the impact of heavy tabs on performance. By being aware of which tabs are consuming more memory, users can optimize their web browsing experience and run their browser more efficiently.

With this new feature, Google Chrome users have more tools to manage their computer's resources and make their browsing experience even more convenient and productive.

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