Google Chrome will soon load pages faster on Windows, Linux and macOS
Google is working on an update to its Chrome web browser that will improve client speeds for Windows, Linux, and macOS.
As reported by Windows Latest, Google plans to introduce âback cacheâ support on desktop platforms with Google Chrome 92. This feature, which has long been available on Android, allows pages to load instantly when users click “back” button or “forward” buttons.
According to the post, Google has been testing the feature for almost two years now.
Although a specific release date has not yet been determined, it is believed that Google Chrome 92 should arrive in the coming months.
Instead of using the âOrigin Trialâ method to test the new service, Google will introduce it gradually. This means that some users will likely benefit from the feature sooner than others. Those who can’t wait, however, can turn it on manually through Chrome’s flags menu.
âWe have already delivered this functionality for Android. We want to start experimenting with the back cover on desktop environments, âGoogle said.
Similar features have been supported in Firefox and Safari for many years, on desktop and mobile platforms, the company explained in its detailed breakdown.
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Via Windows Latest