As users were complaining about Chrome’s memory storage, the company has tried to work on this problem and bring improvements to Chrome 89. According to some sources, the browser’s memory usage is assumed to have a new look on Mac, Windows, and Android. The giant company says that the Chrome 89 was built to make some significant improvements, but the main point while developing it was to make sure that the new and improved browser has memory storage and memory discarding features. According to Google, the new Chrome 89 is much smarter than the earlier version of Chrome.
Significantly, this will be seen in all the operating systems that use Google Chrome the most, such as in the operating systems of Mac, Windows, and Android. For Mac operating systems, Mark Chang, Chrome Product Manager, announced that there had been an improvement in memory savings for about 65 percent.
The company developed PartitionAlloc, which will serve as a memory allocator, capable of allocating bucket sizes of data in memory with partition and providing security which is the best part about anything newly developed. This PartitionAlloc is being placed in Chrome 89 and is in use on every Android and 64-bit Windows device. Due to the PartitionAlloc, the browser responsiveness has grown to around 9%. Furthermore, a change of approximately 22% in memory savings has been seen in devices having Windows operating system.