Notificaciones: el navegador Chrome pronto será menos molesto

Chrome browser should be even faster in everyday life

Notifications: Chrome browser will soon be less annoying

With an extended cache system, the Chrome browser for Android should be even faster. The first few videos demonstrate the new feature, Google’s Android mobile browser should feel even faster in certain everyday life situations. To do this, a function is being developed that keeps websites in a temporary cache. The new cache makes browsing faster. You promise yourself by “backward / forward.” […]

With an extended cache system, the Chrome browser for Android should be even faster. The first few videos demonstrate the new feature, Google’s Android mobile browser should feel even faster in certain everyday life situations. To do this, a feature is being developed that keeps websites in a temporary cache.

The new cache makes browsing faster

The “Back / Forward Cache for Chrome” is expected to improve the performance of 19 percent of the navigations made within the mobile Chrome. As the name suggests, websites opened earlier or later are always cached.

If I now jump from a page to the previously opened page, this is displayed immediately and not fully reloaded. Especially slower devices that take a little longer to set up the websites could benefit from this.

The bfcache could be an advantage on desktop devices too, as another video demonstrates. Other browsers already rely on a comparable feature. This is not the first time Chrome has lagged behind.