Google improves the performance of Chrome tabs

Working with several tabs of a browser like Google Chrome open at the same time is useful when dealing with a lot of information, but unfortunately, the consumption of resources is considerable, both in RAM memory and in CPU use, which can slow down the work.

Google Chrome receives a group of improvements aimed at increasing the performance of the tabs and the organization of them

To avoid this, Google has just incorporated several improvements in the organization, performance and consumption of the tabs of its Google Chrome browser, which will make the work easier for users.

First of all, Google Chrome tabs will now load up to 10% faster thanks to the incorporation of a technology called Profile Guided Optimization (PGO) that makes common tasks take priority and run faster.

On the other hand there is also a function that allows you to sort the tabs into groups, something that was already available on Android . In this way, tabs can be grouped together and given a personalized label with a name and a color. Thus, you can have groups of tabs by subject, date, etc …

To create a group, you just have to right click on a tab, press the option «Add tab to group» and then «New group». Groups can be collapsed with all their tabs to leave more space in the top bar.


Finally, Google Chrome will also allow you to fill in PDF files and save them in tabs, so that they can be kept on hand without the need for an additional program.

All these improvements are available in the latest version of Chrome, although hopefully some users will not see them yet, as their launch is happening gradually.

Also, it looks like there are more organization and browser improvements in the offing . The Chrome beta has received a feature that prioritizes the tabs that are in use and removes resources from those that are inactive.

It is not the only improvement that is going to be implemented in the beta, since the tabs will have a preview system. Just by hovering the mouse over a tab, a thumbnail with its content will be displayed, which is ideal when the tab bar is full of them and the location of one is lost. At the moment, these two options are not available for the common version of Chrome, but they are expected to arrive soon.