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Activate 'Lazy Loading' Feature and Speed UP Loading Pages [SAVE DATA]

Google has been working on improvements for Google Chrome browser. After the new update, the browser came with the Lazy Loading feature, which helps significantly reduce the use of RAM using the Page Lifecycle API.


Activate 'Lazy Loading' Feature and Speed UP Loading Pages [SAVE DATA]

Lazy Loading, is a computer-level design pattern used to load page components and texts and Defers the loading of images marked with the attribute 'loading=lazy' until the page is scrolled down near them..
This practice is very common today, so we have certainly noticed that we are moving through some long pages that are heavy and takes so much time to load, especially those pages that contain many images.

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 Lazy Loading feature, when activated, will display all the components of the page in the part shown to you only, whether through the browser on the phone or computer, and does not load the rest of the images at the bottom of the page only when you drag the page up to the bottom.
To activate this feature you need to access the hidden settings of the browser Chrome either in the phone or computer, by clicking the link below and paste it in the address bar:
chrome://flags/#enable-lazy-image-loading


Enable lazy image loading

The Enable lazy image loading feature is not enabled as it comes by default. To activate it, select Enabled and restart the browser.

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