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Chrome for Windows 10 will be much faster, and we tell you how

Google is currently experimenting with a new feature that will allow us to browse Windows 10 much faster, an addition that we explain below that could be available in the stable version of the browser in the coming weeks.

It’s no mystery that Chrome is a browser that consumes enough RAM, but sometimes that can be a good idea if we want to start browsing as quickly as possible.

That’s why Mountain View for Chrome on Windows 10 is testing a feature that allows you to navigate faster by using the “backward” button.

And so that you can understand why using the “backward” button loads the page immediately, this is because of the so-called “backward cache” available only in Chrome for Android, which has a full copy of the last visited page in the page. stores cache, something that is temporarily left in RAM that allows that website to load immediately when we go backwards.

As Google explains in a support document, “backward caching is a browser feature that improves the user experience by keeping a page alive after the user navigates from it and reusing it for browsing session history. The cache pages are frozen and do not run JavaScript. ”

While Google’s idea is to enable this feature by default as it brings some incompatibilities with certain dynamic pages on desktop, several tests are run first to understand user feedback and from there to be included in the stable version.