Tech giants like Google, which have billions of active users daily, need to keep on improving their performance for better user experience. Keeping the fact in mind, Google has been working on its tabs efficiency in Chrome. In a blog post, Google said that they are making some changes in Chrome that will speed up the expansion and closure of the tabs by 10 percent.
In addition to this, the loading time will also pace up for the currently active tabs. It would take the resources from the tabs that have left idle for some time. One of Chrome engineer, Max Christoff says that along with the tabs speed, Google is also trying to improve battery and memory savings.
A few months back, in May, Google launched a new feature of “Tab Grouping” that allows the users to categorize the tabs according to the use and priority. Now, you can quickly expand and collapse the tap groups as well. This will make it more convenient to open the tabs that you need to access first.
Furthermore, a tab preview will also be available but only in the beta version for now. It will show a thumbnail of the website that you have opened in the tap so you can easily check which tab you need to keep and which to close.
There are several more upcoming features that Google will release soon to help the users have the best experience.