Starting from Google Chrome version 113, the chromium based browser would frees up memory to make your browsing experience smoother. Memory Saver will automatically frees up memory from tabs you haven’t used in a while whiles browsing.
This gives active tabs and other apps more computer resources and keeps Chrome more speed. You can manage Memory Saver and which sites it frees up memory from in settings.
To do this:
- Open your tabs and browse as usual.
- Let Memory Saver do the rest.
- If you want to manage Memory Saver, open Settings and click Performance.
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