Google kills off Microsoft’s RAM-saving feature for Chrome on Windows 10

In the not too distant past, Microsoft claimed it had found a way to fix Chrome’s notorious RAM usage in Windows 10, but if you had hoped this would make the web browser less resource-hungry, we’ve got some bad news, as Google has just disabled the fix.

Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world, but it has been annoying and frustrating users for years now due to how much RAM it uses. If you have lots of tabs open at once, you may notice your machine starts to slow down – and this problem is so bad that Microsoft took it upon itself to fix the issue in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update by using the Segment Heap feature.

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