Google Chrome browser will open websites faster

The popular browser will receive a new option that will increase the speed of opening web pages. This is reported by WindowsLatest with reference to the document of the program developers.
The rewind cache (BFcache) will allow for faster loading of previously opened pages when users press the “back” or “forward” button. Chrome now immediately unloads the previous page from memory. BFcache has worked well for Android OS devices.
Google believes it increases web navigation speed by 20 percent. However, cached pages are unable to execute JavaScript, which makes certain elements, such as ads, slower to submerge. The BFcache function is still presented in a test build of Chrome 92 for Windows, macOS and Linux, but the developers are going to distribute it widely, reports.