Google Chrome says the latest version of its browser is using up less memory on macOS than the previous version, thanks to shrinking the memory footprint of background tabs.
Research from Flotato creator Morten Just has revealed Chrome uses roughly 10x the amount of RAM compared to Safari on macOS.
The extension, which lets you access your iCloud passwords while using Chrome on Windows, is available now to download.
It looks like PC users are going to be able to enjoy the benefits of iCloud Keychain sooner rather than later.
Google Chrome might just be thrashing performance on your Mac. And I’m going to explain why, how, and most importantly — what you can do about it.
Benchmarks run on Chrome designed for Apple silicon show a huge performance increase compared to the x86 version running through Rosetta 2.
Chrome 87, which also brings improvements to performance and battery life, has also added native support for Macs running Apple silicon.
Highlights include new widgets, new Apple Watch apps, setting a default browser and email app, and privacy features for Google Drive.
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