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Finally! Google starts optimizing Chrome’s memory consumption

While Google Chrome is generally seen as a lean browser optimized for speed, things are not all that glorious under the hood. The browser's memory consumption is an Achilles' Heel especially when compared to competing browsers like Firefox. Tests in 2012 and 2014 confirmed that Chrome used more memory under similar conditions than Mozilla Firefox, […] Ghacks needs you.
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