- Tram Ho
Google is currently testing a feature that could make Chrome for Windows 10 faster when using the back button. This near-instant response is achieved by “forward caching”, currently only available on Chrome for Android, which stores a full copy of the last page in RAM, allowing the page to load. immediately when the back button is pressed.
The plan is to enable the feature by default on Chrome, but Google is wary of compatibility issues with some websites. Therefore, Google will test it with a small number of Chrome users first over the next few months.
“We made this feature available to Android. We wanted to start experimenting with forward buffers on a desktop environment,” Google said.
This feature can also be enabled in the Flag menu. Go to Chrome://flags and find the “back-forward cache” section.
Source : Genk