As per the report, Google is reportedly working on the high RAM consumption issue on Windows 10. Google is carrying out a new”PartitionAllocationEverywhere” support to reduce RAM consumption of Chrome on Windows 10. The new support will allow the browser to run faster, start faster and load pages faster. Moreover, this feature will reduce the ram consumption.
As per Google, two separate partitions will be required for the allocation of resources in a better way. It will help the browser run faster. Moreover, Google will also implement “PartitionAllocationEverywhere” support on Android as well. As per Google experiments, this is a gain for memory, stability and performance. Moreover, Microsoft is also working on Microsoft Edge to reduce storage.
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