Google Chrome to block ads using a lot of system resources

Some of the modern ads are known to be intrusive and to use a lot of system resources, being able to ruin user's browsing experience with videos or big scale images.

Google's new feature that is available in Chrome 87 is disbanding ad iframes, allowing the browser to automatically block advertisements served by ad networks when they use an excessive amount of system resources, meeting certain criteria, such as using the main thread for more than 60 seconds in total and using more than 4 megabytes of network bandwidth.

Chrome is mostly targeting ads, that drain network data, processing power and RAM.


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