Google has released a new update for Chrome, which promises to boost browsing speed by up to 30% for capable devices.

The new update uses a feature called 'PartitionAlloc' to speed up the browser's performance and make it more responsive.

The update is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems, and can be downloaded from the Chrome website.

The feature was previously only available on Android devices, but has now been rolled out to desktop and laptop computers as well.

The update also includes security fixes and improvements to the Chrome browser's performance and stability.

With the new update, Chrome will load pages faster, and users will experience smoother scrolling and more responsive interactions.

The update is part of Google's ongoing efforts to make Chrome faster and more efficient, especially on low-end devices.

Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers in the world, with over 2 billion users worldwide. And Now Google Chrome's New Update Boosts Speed by up to 30% 

The new update is expected to improve the overall browsing experience for Chrome users, regardless of their device's capabilities.

In conclusion, Google Chrome's new update promises to deliver faster browsing speed and improved performance, making it a must-have for all Chrome users.