Google Chrome has a huge problem: it uses up too many resources even when you have only a few tabs open. As a result, your PC slows down, especially if it’s a laptop.
Chrome will soon consume fewer resources. This browser will use a type of machine learning system created by Google that detects tabs with a higher probability of being reactivated. At the same time, it will detect tabs with a lower probability of being opened. Chrome will disregard this info, consuming less memory.
In this case, if the user decides to open a tab that Chrome considered rarely used, the entire page will completely reload again. Google hopes this technology will gradually learn the user’s tastes to continue refining and avoiding such situations.
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