Google Chrome is the most widely used browser in the world. Google's browser has won users' hearts on multiple platforms.
It is true that the browser is stronger on Android, however, many Windows computers, Macs or even iPhone phones prefer this application to pre-installed.
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I'm one of those who use Google's browser on all my devices. Although I use Mac and iPhone as daily gear, I can't get used to the "minimalism" of safari.
The new Google Chrome update, which is now available in Canary beta, promises to warn users if the website you are making load It is too heavy. This is a perfect measure for those users with a small data package.
Google Chrome wants to "kill" the heavy websites that ruin the internet
Google Chrome already uses technology to reduce page size through automatic caching on Android and iOS, but the new update will give the user information that the website is too big and better not to download the information there. have.
At EBox we work every day to reduce the size of our site. First because you don't want to wait forever for the page to open and then because Google likes it too.
There are no dates for this feature to arrive in Google Chrome yet, but you can now test it using the Canary app, available on desktop and Android.
To enable the functionality you only need to enter this code "chrome: // flags / # enable-heavy-page-capping" in the URL and enable the possibility.
This feature will improve the lives of users. There are pages on the internet over 100MB, yap, unfortunately it is true and happens regularly. With this new feature you don't have to worry about your smartphone's internet data.
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