Fast and popular, Google Chrome is a web browser. While its easy-to-use interface and fast answers make it popular, others find that it consumes a lot of memory. There’s a smart tip to speed things up even more: Attempt to activate “Hardware acceleration.”
“Normally, Chrome displays webpages and other content using the CPU and software on the computer. However, Chrome will use your computer’s graphics card to load pages if you enable “Hardware acceleration.” This enhances Chrome’s performance and speed, particularly when viewing websites with a lot of graphics or watching movies on the internet.”
How can I make Speed Up Google Chrome?
- Start Chrome and select the vertical three-dot button located in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Select the “Settings” option and navigate to the “System” tab that displays on the left panel.
- Select “Use hardware acceleration when available” from the menu on the page that displays. Switch it on and open Chrome again.
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After restarting the browser, go back to the same website to see if hardware acceleration is enabled. In Chrome’s address bar, users can also type “chrome://gpu” and press Enter. The text “Hardware accelerated” in green color will appear under the “Graphic Feature Status” section if the feature is activated.