Chrome browser has a hidden option (experimental) to increase its memory usage. Assigning more memory (RAM) to the browser will increase its performance –means faster page loading and smoother scrolling. Here is how to change memory usage of Chrome.
1. Open Chrome browser and type chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-area in the address bar (omnibox) and hit enter.
2. Now, click the Default button under “Maximum tiles for interest area”. Select either 256 or 512MB RAM option. Close Chrome browser and relaunch it.
Done! You can now enjoy faster and smoother performance while browsing the web, especially on your Android. You can also see the difference in Windows, Mac, and Linux computer.