As we know Google recently shared that they are testing a new feature in Google Chrome. This new feature will help users understand how much memory usage each tab is consuming individually. Currently this feature is in the testing phase and is only available to a limited number of users.
Google will soon display real-time memory usage data for individual tabs enhancing the Chrome browser’s ability to identify tabs or web pages that are using excessive system resources. As we are aware Google Chrome has often faced criticism for its low system resource efficiency and heavy memory consumption, particularly when multiple windows are open. This feature will allow users to manually close tabs that are consuming excessive resources.
Now, some of you might be wondering how to check if this feature is active in your Google Chrome. Here, I will guide you on how to determine if the RAM usage monitor feature is enabled in your Google Chrome or not.
To check this simply open a tab just like when you open our Apple Police website. Hover your cursor over the tab and a pop-up or hover card will appear displaying the tab’s RAM usage. This will provide you with information about how much RAM is being consumed and whether Chrome’s Memory Saver feature has frozen the tab to conserve memory.
Note that If you have opened a tab for a long time or it is been inactive for a long period Memory Saver feature will suspend or “sleep” it, freeing up memory for more active tabs.
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