• Google Chrome adds new Spectre fix, but uses more RAM in return

    4 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    Google Chrome might be the most popular browser in the world, but it has historically been rather memory hungry , especially when you've got multiple tabs open. So you're not going to be particularly happy to find that your favorite browser now consumes a lot more memory than before - about 10% more. This is due to the fact that Google has enabled security technologies to safeguard against the Spectre vulnerabilities that were unearthed by the search giant's own researchers at the start of 2018. Google announced this week that Chrome 67 now has a Site Isolation feature turned on by default...
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