Google is still trying to strike a balance between the speed of work and the gluttony of Chrome. A fresh innovation will make the desktop version of the browser faster, but the memory consumption on the computer may increase because of this.
In one of the next updates to Chrome, the BFCache function will appear, thanks to which the browser will cache the open page and save it in memory when switching to the next page. This is necessary so that when returning the page is not loaded again, but displayed instantly. The same applies when moving forward, because in this case, you also return to the page that has already been loaded earlier and saved in the browser cache.
BFCache is already available in the mobile version of Chrome for Android. According to Google, now about 20 percent of back and forth clicks on sites are instantaneous.
Earlier, in an attempt by Google to lighten Chrome and reduce memory consumption, by contrast, it made the browser unload even open tabs from memory. This turned out to be inconvenient, because the savings turned out to be small, and upon return, the page was loaded again, which was time consuming and annoying for users. The Chrome Web Store even introduced extensions that returned the previous functionality – that is, prevented the browser from unloading open tabs from memory.
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