The Google Chrome browser now has new battery-saving and memory-freeing features.

Google has released two new performance modes for its Chrome desktop web browser, Memory Saver and Energy Saver . Memory Saver and Energy Saver will help users reduce Chromes memory usage by up to 30% and extend battery life when a device is running low on electricity .

Washington, United States, December 9: Google has released two new performance modes for its Chrome desktop web browser, Memory Saver and Energy Saver, according to The Verge, a US technology news website.Google claims that these new modes will help users reduce Chrome's memory usage by up to 30% and extend battery life when a device is running low on electricity.The memory-saving options should result in the removal of inactive tabs.In addition, users can designate critical websites as memory-saving-exempt to maintain their highest quality.Even though its unclear how long the battery life will last, Energy Saver mode, which is being offered as part of the most recent Chrome desktop version (m108) today, will eventually be available in other countries, according to The Verge.

.
.
.
.