This article explains how to turn Energy Saver On or Off in Google Chrome.
Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. It and Microsoft Edge share the same codebase. They are practically identical in basic functionalities, using browsing activities, including history and other browsing data, to provide personalized ads, search, shopping, and news.
The latest version of Google Chrome has performance settings that can help active tabs run smoothly and extend your computer’s battery life. With its Memory Saver, Chrome helps active tabs run smoothly by deactivating tabs you aren’t currently using.
With Energy Saver, Chrome reduces its image capture rate and other background tasks. It works automatically when your device is unplugged, or your battery is low.
Energy Saver doesn’t turn on when your device is plugged in.
Enable or disable Energy Saver in Google Chrome
As mentioned above, the new performance feature added to Google Chrome can help active tabs run smoothly and extend your computer’s battery life.
Here’s how to turn Energy Saver On or Off.
First, open the Google Chrome browser.
Then click on the Customize and Control (3 vertical dots button) in the top right corner and select Settings.
On the Settings page on the left panel, click the
Performance link on the left.
On the right, select the “
Energy Saver” tile on the Performance page.
Users can also use the URL below in the address bar to go directly to the
Performance page in Chrome.
Next, toggle the
Energy Saver button to the On or Off position to enable or disable.
Exit Google Chrome when done.
That should do it!
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