The most widely used internet browser in the world, Google Chrome, is also renowned for frequently draining batteries. However, a recent update made in the background may make that easier going future.
A new flag that indicates a potential source of battery savings from the browser has appeared in the most recent versions to Google Chrome. This new feature, known as rapid intense throttling, prevents background pages from using an excessive amount of battery life.
The The tweak bug was first discovered by the About Chromebooks team in the Chrome OS 105 release, although it affects all platforms that support Google Chrome, including Windows, macOS, and Linux.
How does that function?
Activates heavy throttling for pages loaded in the background after 10 seconds as opposed to the standard 5 minutes. The number of wake-ups from setTimeout and setInterval jobs with a high nesting level and a delayed scheduler will be limited by intensive throttling. up to 1 postTask job each minute.
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This should lengthen the battery’s life. A test on the Canary and Dev channels showed no change to our guiding metrics, and CPU use significantly improves (by 10%) when all tabs are silent and hidden.
It can take some time until this modification is applied to everyone in the Stable channel since it is currently only visible in the Dev channel.
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