Not everyone has access to quality connections to navigate at high speed in their mobile devices, with what when the coverage is bad the loading…
Not everyone has access to quality connections to navigate at high speed in their mobile devices, with what when the coverage is bad the loading of web pages can be making.
in order To provide an experience load more quickly and efficiently, Google through the data saving feature of Chrome optimizes the loading of web pages loading reduced versions when the connection is very bad.
Chrome Lite Pages
Chrome Lite Pages is as Google has christened the feature of saving of data Chrome that has been with us for several years, and it is the function of saving data that it stops loading the images and videos from a website.
taking Advantage of now that from now on it will also work with the HTTPS pages, it will alert us of a new form of a page has been optimized for a slow connection.
Until now, when our device had a bad data connection, warned us showing at the bottom a message saying that It “has reduced the use of data. Show original”. is Now that notice will go out in the navigation bar, showing to the left of the URL in the new notice “Basic”.
The warning tells us that we are before the reduced version or the basic web page, in which you have not uploaded your images and other multimedia elements to save data. the Clicking on the notice we can load the original page.
This novelty will appear only if you have data saver activated. To do this we just have to go to Chrome > Settings > Saving data and have selected that option. As we are browsing on a 2G connection, or with very poor coverage will show the basic version of a web page.
Via | Google
the.news this is how Chrome for Android will notify you that it has not completely loaded a web connection slow originally.published.in by Cosmos .
March 13, 2019
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