How to Enable ‘Preload’ on Chrome to Increase Browsing Speed

Created on November 12, 2023 at 10:27 am

Google Chrome ORG now supports preloading of pages to increase browsing speed. This article explains how to enable and configure preloading.

Note: This is a new feature currently under development. You can enable this on the Dev PERSON channel of Chrome ORG at the moment. If you are on the Stable channel, try again after a few weeks DATE .

Enabling Preload

Preload is a new feature added to the Performance section of Chrome ORG ’s settings. To enable preload:

Click the three CARDINAL -dots settings menu. Choose Settings.

From the left pane, select Performance. Under Speed, select one of the following: No preloading – Disables preload

– Disables preload Standard preloading – Chrome preloads pages you’re likely to visit, so that they load more quickly when you visit them. If you allow cookies, Chrome ORG may use them when preloading.

Chrome ORG preloads pages you’re likely to visit, so that they load more quickly when you visit them. If you allow cookies, Chrome ORG may use them when preloading. Extended preloading – Browsing and searching is faster than standard preloading.

Chrome preloads even more pages that you’re likely to visit, so that they load more quickly when you visit them.

If you allow cookies, Chrome ORG may use them when preloading.When a site asks to privately preload links on their page, Chrome ORG uses Google ORG servers. This hides your identity from the preloaded site, but Google ORG learns what sites get preloaded. That’s it. Google Chrome ORG will now preload websites based on your selection.

Did this increase browsing speed for you? Are you concern about privacy while using these settings? Let me know in the comments section below.

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