The most annoying thing about Chrome browser is about to be fixed

However, this improvement only appears on Windows 10 operating systems.

Current browsers are always among the applications that eat the most RAM on a computer. With many applications, using too much RAM also makes them famous and manipulated as Google Chrome.

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Chrome is so famous that it "eats" RAM so much that many fake images of this issue are created.

However, this problem will probably be fixed in the upcoming update of Windows 10. According to the Windows Latest site, the Windows 10 May update will greatly improve RAM usage by limiting RAM allocation to Win32 applications such as Google Chrome when using a value called SegmentHeap.

SegmentHeap is now available on Microsoft Edge, based on Google's Chromium kernel. According to the development team, when using SegmentHeap, Edge can reduce up to 27% of RAM usage.

Google Chrome may also improve memory usage similar to Edge. According to XDA-Developers, the development team tested and confirmed this change "can help reduce hundreds of MB of RAM that the browser uses along with some other utilities, such as Network Services, on some machines". Computers with multi-core processors will have an advantage.

However, in order to be able to use SegmentHeap on Google Chrome, the new version of Chrome will have to be developed on the Windows 10. Software Development Kit (SDK), which is currently experiencing bugs with some of the features of Chrome, whose development team has yet to find a solution.

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The latest Windows update is currently causing bugs on Chrome. (Photo: Getty).

Earlier, on June 16, Google confirmed that the Chrome browser on Windows failed to log in, sync, store cookies, save passwords, or automatically delete extensions.

According to Forbes, the situation occurred after users updated their computers to Windows 10 May 2020. It is worth noting that Google discovered this error two months ago.

Specifically, in the bug report from April, Google engineers discovered many problems in the Windows 10 May 2020 update but marked "WontFix" (will not fix). When Microsoft released Windows 10 May 2020 widely, many people reflected the error.

Google and Microsoft are still pushing responsibility. While Google says this is a Microsoft problem, further analysis shows that this problem is from Google because the Edge Chromium browser is still working.

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