Google Chrome is just that one browser we hate to love. Sure it is fast and comes with extra cool features, but all that is at the expense of our device’s RAM. The browser is a chronic resource hog that makes running other heavy application while Chrome is running a big struggle for devices limited in the ‘resources department.’
Well, if you thought things couldn’t get worse and have already gotten used to Chrome hogging all your RAM, making your CPU clock faster hence the fan makes more loud noise, your battery drains more quickly, and the laptop feel warmer to your touch. Well, things will get worse.
And all thanks to Google latest effort to protect us (the end users) from the Spectre vulnerability while browsing. Google fight against Spectre comes as a new feature on Chrome called ‘Site Isolation’ and it will be rolling out in Chrome v.67.
Although Site Isolation has been in testing on a small number of users since the rollout of Chrome v.63, it is only now that Google feels confident enough for mass rollout. Even then, the company …read more