Not too much to add, when browsing the Internet, the preference for Google Chrome is becoming more marked, a browser that is still the most used by all Internet users. Fortunately, there are several ways to improve Google Chrome in speed and better use of memory and CPU resources, thanks to changes in the values of the Flags.
The Flags are more advanced options of Chrome, some experimental. Google advises to modify these values only if you know it is being done, so modify other values that will give you now, may cause the browser to run worse than before making the changes. The following values that modify will focus on rendering pages through the GPU, the graphics card to free up some working to control the CPU processes.
Access to Flags should be done by typing the following in the address bar:
From the list that we will, we find the following values and modify them so that all are enabled:
- Ignore the list of software rendering
- GPU compositing on all pages
- Composition by threads
- SVG Filters accelerated by GPU
- Disable GPU VSync.
If we want a little more speed in navigation, we can customize a flag called “Integrated asynchronous DNS”.
The results should theoretically be positive, because with these changes we release the CPU for much of the graphic work that makes Chrome to show pages, passing the task to the graphics processing unit.