new version of Google Chrome browser and 10% more use of Rome is the cost of dealing with specter
The Google Grom’s Design Team recently released the 67th version of the browser’s security updates for all platforms, which caused changes to the program behind the scenes.These new changes have made these new changes to make users more aware of RAM.
In fact, after installing a new security update, the browser will be forced to use 10% more RAM for processing different pages so that it can deal with Specter and Multitask and prevent hacking of user information. This will slow down the loading speed of the web pages.
Google’s Software Engineer Charlie Reis, the site isolation feature, or the site isolation, which added to Chrome recently, creates more rendering processes, and this generally lowers the speed of performance. He says:
“Approximately 10 to 13 percent of RAM will be allocated to this new feature, which can be due to the size and number of processing”.
Earlier, Google Chrome itself took a lot of RAM and was the fastest option among browsers, now with a new update, the amount will be more likely to make it difficult for people who use 4GB or 8GB of RAM.
Reese also announced that he and his team are looking for solutions to reduce the volume of use of RAM and speed up Chrome, and in the near future will be able to solve the problem.
However, with the next update, Google Chrome users will have to experience lower speeds than before, and this is in fact the price to pay for their data security.