Google is just testing the new update for its Chrome browser, which should lead users to a faster search on the Internet.
After the next update, Chrome should make it easier for users who are forced to use the Internet with less flow rates to navigate.
Never Slow, as the new operating mode is called, will allow Chrome to limit its capabilities (scripts, fonts, CSS, images, etc.) by loading large pages based on predetermined limitations on the amount of data that can be processed.
Google claims that this "selective diversion" of certain site elements beyond the set threshold will allow faster loading of page content.
It has not yet been officially announced when Never Slow will reach users' browsers, and how much that will really contribute to a better and faster work experience in practice.