Google is working to update its network browser Chrome, which improves the speeds of clients, Windows, Linux and macOS.
As Windows Latest has announced, Google plans to introduce “backward caching” support for desktop environments using Google Chrome 92. The feature, which has long been available on Android, allows the page to load immediately when users click “back” or “back”. “Forward” buttons.
According to the release, Google has been testing the feature for almost two years.
Although an exact release date has not yet been set, Google Chrome 92 is expected to arrive in the coming months.
Instead of using the “Origin Trial” method to test the new service, Google will gradually introduce it. This means that some users are likely to get the feature faster than others. However, those who can’t wait can turn it on manually in the Chrome flag menu.
“We already delivered this feature to Android. We want to start experimenting with backward caching in desktop environments,” Google said.
Similar features have been supported in both Firefox and Safari for many years on both desktop and mobile platforms, the company explained detailed specification.
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