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Google Chrome Will Block ‘Heavy Ads’ From Loading In Future

Google has seemingly taken another step to sanitize the browsing environment for users. Allegedly, the tech giant is now planning to regularize advertisements for optimal loading. Consequently, in the days to come, Google Chrome will block heavy ads for seamless browsing.

Chrome To Block Heavy Ads

As evident from the Chrome commit, Google has made plans to block heavy ads from loading. It will supposedly filter out those ads that consume more resources. This will, in turn, facilitate users for smooth browsing experience.

First caught up by 9to5Google, the report reveals about some ongoing work towards achieving fast and smooth browsing.

As mentioned in Chrome commit by John Delaney, Google is working on implementing ‘Heavy Ad Intervention’. The idea is to unload ad iframes that Google identifies for higher resource consumption.

https://latesthackingnews.com/2019/07/06/google-chrome-will-block-heavy-ads-from-loading-in-future/


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