The ever popular Google Chrome web browser is making news this week, and not necessarily in the best way.
According to sources, Chrome’s RAM usage had become an annoyance to users. If they had opened too many tabs on the browser, it took a toll on the computer’s performance. This was widely recognized as an issue, so much that Windows took it upon themselves to fix the RAM issue. The Segment Heap feature came out in the Windows 10 May 2020 update.
But why would Google disable a fix like this? On the Chromium Bugs website, it states that Chrome acquired a “Performance regression with Windows segment heap”. So, exchanging one fix for another was Google’s plan. So when the new Chrome update comes out in August, the Segment Heap feature will be disabled.
Currently, Google is running its own tests to find solutions to the RAM issues, but until then we may have to deal with the possibility of declining performances on our PC.
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