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This hidden setting makes browsing on Google Chrome way faster — where to find it

Originally posted on tomsguide.

Extended preloading makes browsing and searching quicker

There’s a feature buried in Google Chrome‘s settings that you might not have heard of, but which could make your experience browsing the internet much faster and smoother. It’s called Extended preloading, and even if you have one of the best computers around, you still might want to turn it on.

Preloading on Chrome is designed to make your web browsing experience as fast as it can be by essentially loading the webpages you visit before you visit them. To do this, Chrome uses cookies, which are commonly collected by your computer when you visit websites, and which allow you browser to maintain things like your preferences or shopping basket when you last visited the website. This is particularly useful if you have a slow internet connection, for example, and try to load larger pages with lots of images.

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