How to speed up Chrome on Android, A secret tweak
Google Chrome is without any doubt the best browser on PC as well as Android. It is my favorite on both the platforms. But there is a problem with chrome, it is heavy compared to other browsers and sometime it may slow down on some low end Android devices. You may some time feel sluggishness while scrolling pages on Chrome for Android.
The reason behind this lag is that Chrome requires more memory to run things smoothly. By default Chrome allowed to use just 128mb RAM which is enough for devices with low amount of RAM. But, in case of devices of device with 1GB, 2GB or 3GB RAM you always have almost 50% of RAM free. If you have a high end device with 1GB, 2GB or 3GB RAM.
How to speed up chrome on Android
You can speed up chrome browser on you device by following this tweak.This tweak was first discovered by a reddit user. This tweak give you access to a hidden setting in Chrome browser which lets you increase the amount RAM that chrome can access. How to speed up chrome on Android device. All you need to do is insert the following link into your chrome browser’s address bar and hit enter.
On the newly open page change the value of “Maximum tiles for interest area” to 512MB if you have 1GB or more than 1GB of RAM. Now tap on the relaunch button and enjoy smoother scrolling webpages. This was all on how to speed up chrome on Android.
This way you can also use to speed up chrome on your desktop but we think that on desktop the default value will already be 512. However you can select a smaller value on desktop if you have an old desktop and chrome slow down your PC.