How to enable Quick Intensive Throttling in Google Chrome
Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers available on the market, but it also has a reputation for being memory hungry, the company has made progress when it comes to memory management and has released new features.
In the Dev and Canary builds of Google Chrome, the company has added a new experimental feature called Quick Intensive Throttling after loading, which, as its name indicates, restricts open tabs if they are not used for more than 10 seconds.
As this is an experimental feature, it’s hidden behind a flag, but if you’re using Chrome’s Dev or Canary build, you can enable this new feature and try it out to see if it helps improve performance.
In this step-by-step guide, we will show you how to quickly and easily enable the quick intensive throttling feature after loading on the Google Chrome web browser if using Dev or Canary builds.
How to enable fast intensive throttling in Google Chrome
Step 1: Open the Google Chrome web browser on your computer.
Step 2: When the browser opens, enter the following in the address bar:
chrome: // flags / # quick-intensive-throttling-after-loading
Step 3: Select the “Enable” option in the drop-down list next to the “Quick hard tuning after loading” flag.
Step 4: When the browser prompts you to restart, click the “Restart” button.
The company says there are no negative or side effects from reducing the throttling timeout from 5 minutes to 10 seconds, but there is a significant improvement in CPU time when all cards are hidden and silent. It should be implemented for everyone once the test is finished.