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Google has released a new version of the Chrome browser that is designed specifically for Mac users. The latest version includes a range of optimizations that are aimed at preserving battery life, making it easier for users to browse the internet and stream content without running out of power.
According to a blog post from Google, the new version of Chrome is capable of delivering up to 17 hours of browsing time or 18 hours of YouTube streaming on a single charge of a 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro. These impressive figures are made possible thanks to a range of optimizations that have been introduced to the browser.
One of the key improvements that Google has made is to the Energy Saver mode. By reducing unnecessary background tasks, this mode helps to extend browsing time by an additional 30 minutes. What’s more, Google has indicated that even users with older Macs will benefit from these performance gains.
These optimizations are part of Google’s ongoing efforts to make Chrome more energy-efficient. The company has previously introduced a range of features aimed at improving battery life, such as tab throttling and site isolation. With this latest release, it’s clear that Google is committed to delivering a browser that offers both performance and power efficiency.