Chrome 59 for Android Loads Pages Faster and Uses Less Memory
In addition to yesterday's release of Chrome 59 for Mac, Windows, and Linux, Google is now rolling it out to Android OS. This version of Chrome brings a lot of new features and abilities onboard including faster page loading and lower memory usage. Also, the update brings fixes and security patches.
Using insights from real-world measurements, the V8 team improved the speed of the average page load in Chrome by 10-20% over the course of the past year.
Chrome 59 brings design changes in Settings menu
In the previous versions of Chrome, such as Chrome 52 for Mac and Chrome 53 for Windows, Google introduced Material design while keeping the Setting menu unchanged. The Chrome 59 brings substantial changes in the Setting menu with a whole new design. Google's Chromium team had been testing this new layout for quite some time. It brings a visible change in the Setting menu by keeping basic settings still intact.
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