- dotTech - https://dottech.org -

How to reduce data usage up to 50% in Chrome [Tip]

If you are using Google Chrome for web browsing already, you might already know about Chrome plugins and extensions that you can install to enhance your experience. Often these extensions or plugins are add-ons which offer a variety of additional features that allow us to do more with Chrome. However, when we add a new extension it usually takes away from our performance based on the simple logic that the more features we add the more load we generate for them to work. As a result, you might find the Google Chrome browser not as fast as it once was.

Google now offers an official plugin made by them called the Data Saver extension. Whenever you have something that’s made by the folks out of Mountain View you are usually in pretty good hands. Correspondingly, only Google have the ability to create this tool because it works with their servers. Once you have the Data Saver extension installed, it creates a connection between your computer and one of the servers running in Google’s data centers to help enhance your browsing experience. Here’s how you can benefit by using the new extension:


Data Saver beta [3]

Do note that Chrome’s Data Saver (Beta) extension¬†supports both Windows and Mac platforms.