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Google Chrome will soon load pages faster on Windows, Linux and macOS – Techradar

Plans to introduce ‘back-forward cache’ to Chrome desktop clients are under way



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Google is working on an update for its web browser Chrome that will improve the speeds of clients for Windows, Linux and macOS.
As reported by Windows Latest, Google is planning to introduce support for back-forward cache on desktop platforms with Google Chrome 92. The feature, which has long be available on Android, enables instantaneous page loading when users click the back or forward buttons.
According to the publication, Google has been testing the feature for almost two years now.

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