Another novelty is “built-in short calls”, Loosely translated into “short internal calls,” which optimize the allocation of codes generated in memory in order to “avoid indirect hops when calling functions,” Natstad explains.
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Better, faster and more stable
Fortunately, this kind of novelty is becoming increasingly “common” in Google Chrome updates. Among the recent changes, there is a decrease in RAM consumption in Windows by as much as 22%, which is a very high percentage Well received by system users.
In this context, the browser was receiving other important improvements in each release, such as: Chrome 85, which brought 10% faster page load; Chrome 87 which was made 25% faster startup, Plus improved page loading speed by 7% and latest Chrome 89, which has improved RAM consumption increased by 8%In addition to other improvements.