Windows 10: Google Chrome will soon get faster on Windows, Linux and macOS

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    Google Chrome will soon get faster on Windows, Linux and macOS


    Last year Google introduced support for “back-forward cache” on Android, which enables instantaneous page loading when users navigate using backward or forward button. As per a new document spotted by us, Google Chrome 92 update will also enable default support for back-forward cache on desktop platforms, such as Windows, Linux and macOS.

    In Google Chrome, if you open and close a page, it’s immediately unloaded to clear out memory. For nearly two years, Google has been testing back-forward cache to load previously open pages faster when users click on the backward or forward button.

    Once enabled, if you visit a previously visited page and use backward/forward navigation, that page should be able to reopen instantly, rather than reloading the resources again. This feature attempts to make Google Chrome’s Back and Forward buttons work almost instantly.

    Google Chrome will soon get faster on Windows, Linux and macOS Chrome-caching.gif
    Chrome’s back-forward cache in Canary builds

    “Back-forward cache is a browser feature which improves the user experience by keeping a page alive after the user navigates away from it and reuses it for session history navigation (browser back/forward buttons, history.back(), etc) to make the navigation instant. The pages in the cache are frozen and do not run any javascript,” Google noted in a new document.

    Google’s back/forward cache (bfcache) caches whole pages, which allows the browser to instantly restore the full stage of the page when the user navigates back, as shown in the above GIF. It will also work when navigating forward to a previously accessed page.

    The feature will be enabled on desktop platforms over the coming months. The company won’t be using the “Origin Trial” method to test the back-forward cache. Instead, it will happen gradually.

    “We already shipped this feature for Android. We want to start experimenting with back-forward cache on desktop environments,” the company added.

    Google is currently planning to start the “experimental rollout” with Chrome 92 and expand the coverage over the coming months. It’s not yet clear when the feature will be enabled for everyone, but interested users can manually turn on the “back-forward cache” from Chrome’s flags menu.

    In addition to speed upgrade, Google is also believed to be working on a new Sharing Hub that will allow users to copy the URL of the page, generate QR code, and cast the tab to another connected device.

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    WinLatest, May 13, 2021
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  2. Xylee Del Win User

    problem uninstalling google chrome

    Hi,

    Since you already uninstalled Google Chrome using the Programs and Features, Google notifications may still be running in the background processes. We suggest that you follow these steps on how to end the Google Chrome process:

    • On your keyboard, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
    • Select Task Manager.
    • Under Processes, locate Google Notifications or Google Chrome.
    • Right click on them and select End Task.
    • Double check under Programs and Features if Google Chrome is completely gone.

    Let us know if these steps worked.
     
    Xylee Del, May 13, 2021
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  3. Windows 10 and Google chrome problems

    Hello,

    Thank you for your interest in Windows 10.

    As you have mentioned that now you rolled back to windows 7 ultimate.I would suggest you to follow the steps given below and check.

    Uninstall and reinstall Google Chrome and check

    To uninstall and reinstall Google Chrome follow the steps given below.


    • Press start button.

    • Select Control Panel.

    • In Control Panel , Click on
      Programs

    • Then Click on Programs and features.

    • Select Google Chrome and Click Uninstall button
    Uninstall Chrome prompt dialog appears and the further uninstallation process continues if you click uninstall button. Once Google Chrome gets uninstalled, you can download and install Google Chrome from its official website,
    and check if issue persists.

    If issue still didn’t get resolved by the above mentioned steps, I would also suggest you to post the query in Google support forums for more help.

    Get help from the Chrome community:
    Google Chrome Help

    Hope this helps, if you need further assistance on Windows let us know we will be glad to help.
     
    Ashish Sondhi, May 13, 2021
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  4. Arul_D Win User

    Google Chrome will soon get faster on Windows, Linux and macOS

    Google Chrome not working windows 10

    Hello,

    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

    • Are you facing any issues with Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer?
    • Is the issue confined to Google Chrome?
    • Have you tried uninstalling/re-installing Google Chrome?
    There could be several reasons for this cause. I would suggest you to try the steps below and check the result.

    Uninstall Google Chrome and then re-install

    Press Windows key + X and click Programs & Features

    Right click Google Chrome and click Uninstall

    Re-install Google Chrome and check.

    If the issue still persists, please contact the developer of Google Chrome.

    Google Chrome Support Forum

    Hope this information is helpful. Please feel free to reply in case you face any other issues with Windows in future.
     
    Arul_D, May 13, 2021
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