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It is important that each browser has good browsing speed and better data response times, but it slows down over time for several reasons. However, you can run your Chrome browser faster and improve your browsing experience by following these simple tips. In this article, we examine the method for accelerating Google Chrome Browser on Windows PC.
Accelerate Google Chrome Browser
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1] Enable Preftech
Network action predictions, also known as presearch, can help you open Google Chrome web pages faster. The particularity of Google Chrome is that pages that you rarely visit are cached. You can change the setting as desired.
Go to the Chrome Browser Settings menu and select Advanced Options at the bottom of the page.
Then, enable the option’Read as Use a prediction service to load pages faster‘ in ‘Privacy‘. It is important to note that although the function makes navigation much faster, it uses more data.
2] Add to Chrome’Data Saver’ extension
The sophisticated extension helps you reduce data usage by using Google servers to optimize the pages you visit. If you choose this extension, Chrome uses Google servers to compress the pages you visit before downloading. Please note that pages viewed via private connections (HTTPS) or in incognito tabs are not optimized or displayed by Google. Once you have installed the Data Saver extension for Chrome, it automatically starts compressing web pages while you are browsing.
3] Use prediction service
Open Google Chrome > Settings > Show advanced settings.
Under Privacy, select Use a prediction service to load pages faster.
4] Disable unwanted extensions
Most extensions secretly run in the background to continue offering their services. However, they consume a considerable amount of system resources. This is the only way to disable unwanted extensions. Proceed as follows:
Click on the hamburger menu in the top right corner of the Google Chrome browser and select More Tools from the list of displayed options.
Then select Extension(s) in the side menu. You will immediately be directed to the extension page, which displays all extensions that have been added to the Chrome browser. To turn them off, check the box next to the extensions. If you want
To disable it, check the box next to the extensions. If you want to delete the extension completely, click on the icon in the recycle bin next to the extension.
5] Delete chrome data
If you do not regularly delete your navigation data, it may accumulate over time and slow down your browser’s performance. To delete Google Chrome navigation data, simply click the hamburger icon and select History.
Then click the Delete Navigation Data button at the top of the screen. Select the check box next to the different data you want to delete and click the Delete Navigation Data button. You may not want to delete your saved passwords. Once you’ve done that, a all your previous navigation data.
6] Select when you want to run Plugin Content
You can speed up your browser’s performance by ensuring that Flash content loads only when you want it to. Go to Chrome Advanced Settings and click Content Settings. There, under the Privacy section, you will find the option Let me choose when to launch the content plugin under the Plugins section. If a plugin or Flash content appears on a page, it will only be read when you click on it.
Although it is not recommended to enable this function, it has many advantages. If you disable images in Chrome, images on web pages will not be displayed or simply not loaded.
If you only read the content of a web page and want to avoid distractions such as images, you can disable images to shorten the page load time. To do this, go to the same content settings and check the box next to Do not display images in the Images section.
Make the Chrome browser faster
8] Close tabs faster with an experimental function
A simple but very convenient function that allows the Chrome browser to quickly close tabs to make the browser faster. In practice, this action allows you to run the Chrome JavsaScript manager independently of the graphical user interface (GUI), which speeds up the browser and saves you waiting a long time before closing the tabs.
To access this secret setting, type chrome:///flags in your address bar, also known as the omnibox. Locate Quick Tab/Close Window and click the Activate button to activate this function.
9] Increase RAM for Chrome with an experimental function
You must increase the amount of memory that Chrome is allowed to use. By adjusting the value, you can adjust the height and width of the tile to assign more RAM. This allows better scrolling and minimal stuttering when using the browser.
To adjust the setting, enter the default tile in the search dialog box (16), and the two default tile width and height options should appear on your computer screen. Use the drop-down menus to change the values from Standard to 512.
10] Enable QUIC experimental protocol with experimental function
QUIC is the name of a new experimental protocol and represents Quick UDP Internet Connection. The protocol supports a range of multiplex connections via UDP and was developed to provide security protection equivalent to TLS/SSL as well as reduced connection and transport latency. In short, the function prevents multiple accesses to the server to establish a connection that facilitates loading a page.
To start, open a new tab and go to chrome:////flags/. Search for’QUIC’ and use the drop-down menu under Experimental QUIC Protocol and enable it. After the change, restart Chrome.
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