Google Chrome Mac

Google Chrome update gives MacBook users a reason to drop Safari

Posted on

Google’s Chrome browser has historically been a bit of a computing resource hog, sucking up RAM when you have multiple tabs open and gulping down battery life for heavy users. But things are changing. 

Not only has Chrome got a little lighter on system resources, but Google has also been working on making the browser more power-efficient for MacBooks. This should make the browser more appealing to use on macOS than Apple’s native Safari browser.