(Picture flipped on Google blog)
Google has been continuously optimizing the performance of the Chrome browser recently. The most obvious thing that makes people feel is that it brings a faster and smoother experience when starting up and opening multiple tabs. According to an article published on Google’s official blog recently, the technology behind it comes from the introduction of the internally developed “Calculating Occlusion” algorithm from October 2020.
Google said that the algorithm is mainly developed for the Chrome browser version installed on Windows system devices. By adopting non-use to minimize the paging window and reduce the priority order of hidden in other applications, it will be able to start the Chrome browser. The speed is increased by 8.5% to 25.8%, while the CPU memory resources can be reduced by 3.1%. To put it simply, it eliminates unnecessary shading calculations, so that the Chrome browser has optimized system resource allocation permissions, and the speed of opening and displaying paging is no longer interfered by other consumption resources, which will lead to faster Start-up speed, and significantly improve the stability of a smooth experience, while also having the advantage of reducing GPU resources.