Make Chrome faster on your Android and Desktop with just two clicks

NOTE: Don’t try this if your computer or phone a) doesn’t have a lot of RAM (4gb+) or b) stutters or struggles right now with the memory it does have. Same goes for phones, but 2GB RAM for mobiles.

1. Open this address inside Chrome:


2. Here you can edit the max tile count. This essentially controls how much memory Chrome has access to. If you’re confident that you have lots of RAM, go for 512, otherwise do 256. You can always change it later.


Change Max tiles in Chrome to increase ram access


3. Relaunch Chrome

4. Monitor your memory usage
Make chrome faster

I’ve done this on both my Windows Desktop and my Galaxy Note 2 and so far the results have been great. It’s like a whole new browser!

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2 thoughts on “Make Chrome faster on your Android and Desktop with just two clicks”

    1. I’m pretty sure that’s the correct section for updating the memory usage. Am I doing it wrong?

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