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8 Hidden Options To Speed Up Google Chrome You may not know yet

8 Hidden Options To Speed Up Google Chrome You may not know yet

8 Hidden Options To Speed Up Google Chrome You may not know yet - Read our article to take a closer look at Google Chrome's "Flags" hidden feature and 8 ways to speed up the running of this famous browser. According to user surveys, Google Chrome is currently the most popular "browser" in the world. Talents have bad habits, and Google Chrome is not perfect either.

Users complain the most that Chrome no longer runs as fast as it used to, it consumes too much RAM and leads to memory overload. However, there is a way to speed up Google Chrome that you may not know. This is a hidden feature of this browser because it is still in beta. Fortunately, it is still possible to dive into this function with just a simple command line. You just need to type chrome: // flags in the browser bar, the Flags window of Chrome will appear.

Because this is a function that is still in the testing phase, you should be careful with each change you create.

Here are 8 ways to change Flags so your Chrome can be smoother than before (use Ctrl + F to find flags more easily) :

1. Increase scan numbers (Numbers of raster threads)

First, you have to understand that graphics with scan pieces are the display of graphics with a set of separate small dots, called bit images. The resolution of the image is limited by the ability of the display device or the printing device.

Almost every website uses graphic scanning technology and computers "read" those bananas with scanning technology, so increasing the number of scan lines will greatly increase the read speed.

Go to the Number of scan lines, select a value of 4 from the drop-down table.

2. Prevent tabs from automatically reloading

If your internet connection is "good enough", you will encounter a situation where the web page will not load again automatically, consuming a lot of bandwidth.

To prevent this from happening, go to the section Only auto-reload tab displays (Only Auto-Reload Visible Tabs) , select Enabled (Enable) . This action will force Chrome to reload only the page you are viewing.

To disable the feature entirely loaded this page, select "Disabled" (Disabled) , and then also select "Disabled" to "Auto mode reload offline" (offline auto -Reload Mode) .

3. Improve page loading time

This feature will help Chrome open opaque canvases. This means that Chrome will be able to speed up by skipping the display of blurred content or redundant images. For example, Chrome will automatically remove what is below a blurry frame, because it "knows" that the image does not need to be displayed, thereby speeding up the loading of a web page.

Go to the Experimental canvas feature line and click on "On".

4. Close tabs / windows faster (Fast tab / window close)

Tabs and windows will be able to be closed faster when running Chrome's JavaScript separately from the general graphical interface.

Even though behind the curtain that we hang up on our own, they will silently shut down without turning off, but the tab / window that is turned off will immediately disappear from the screen.

Navigate to the Close tab / quick window, click on "On".

5. Reduce the priority of iFrame resources (Low priority iframes)

Web designers use iFrame as a tool to add content from another source to their site. Simply put, it is a website located in another website (web-ception). If a page has too many iFrame frames, it is obvious that the page will load much slower because it takes a few more pages.

These iFrame frames are used for advertising purposes, inserting embedded links, etc.

Using the low priority iFrame feature will cause Chrome to download which iFrame frameworks it deems most important (like youtube embed codes), other ads or other iFrame frames will be downloaded by Chrome. finally, after finishing downloading the entire site.

Find the low priority iFrame line (Low priority iframes), click on "On".

6. TCP Fast Open (Only available on Chrome OS and Android systems)

The quick open feature increases the ability to transfer information between two delivery and receive terminals. Simply turn it on, data will be transmitted faster, from which the page loading speed will be improved.

7. Tested QUIC protocol (QUIC Protocol)

One way to "hack" the data transfer rate again. A protocol developed by Google in 2012. This protocol focuses on minimizing usage bandwidth, minimizing the number of read-write times and reducing congestion by reducing the number of revolutions needed to obtain a link. New internet connection. In other words, QUIC will make fewer rounds of connection refreshes, thereby speeding up page loading.

Go to the experimental QUIC Protocol (Experimental QUIC protocol) line, select "Enabled" from the dropdown table.

8. Turn on the "old cache while validating" command (Enable the "stale-while-revalidate" cache directive)

Allow test deployment of "Cache control: old while re-authenticating" command. This allows the server to specify some resources that can be authenticated in the background to improve latency.

The latency of a cache resource can be up to 5 minutes, after that time the network delay will occur. However, within that period of 60 to 300 seconds, the browser will process those late resources and immediately refresh it.

Understandably understandable: we will be less likely to block resources and load pages faster.

To enable this feature, go to the section "Enable old cache while validating" (Enable the "stale-while-revalidate" cache directive), click "Enable".

Confirm or remove any changes you have made

Every time you change Chrome's flag, you need to turn it on again. Just press the Play Now button now (Relauch now) to jump at the bottom of the screen. All active pages will reload automatically, remember to save the unfinished jobs in those tabs so that you don't lose it again.

If you accidentally messed up something and you're not sure where you got into it, you can go to the Reset All To Default button at the top. On the left-hand side of this entire table of contents flags. Click on it and restart the browser.

I myself tried these and Chrome's page loading speed was significantly higher, what about you? Please share to your friends

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