Google will make that popular chrome Web browser faster with the Chrome 92 Update using the “Back Forward Cache” already used in Android Chrome browser, according to a report by Windows Latest. The feature in the Chrome Android browser allows pages to load instantly when you use the forward or backward buttons. The Chrome 92 update is supposed to make the browser on Windows, Mac OS and Linux faster with a default setting back forward cache Support for Windows, MacOS and Linux.
Google tested this feature to make previously opened pages load faster when users click the forward or backward button. When users use this feature to return to a previously opened page, it should open immediately with no time to load. In other words, the previously opened tab is kept alive by the browser, so to speak, in order to drastically reduce the loading time. The back-forward cache feature caches the entire page and helps the web browser restore it instantly.
Google plans to gradually roll out the feature on desktop platforms in the coming months, the report said. The Chrome 92 update will introduce the feature experimentally on the desktop.