Microsoft has increased the performance of Edge browser version102 but only for Windows. It now automatically compresses the cache to reduce the amount of disk space needed for the program’s operation.
“Starting with Microsoft Edge 102 Windows, the browser will automatically shrink caches on users’ devices that are eligible for this operation. The developers of Microsoft Edge stated that compressing the cache will significantly improve performance and user experience.
According to the company, a larger cache size can speed up loading web pages because the browser doesn’t need to re-download data. There is one drawback to this approach: devices with limited memory may not have enough space for the cache. Compression is a way to preserve performance without sacrificing space.
Microsoft stated that compression can be used to preserve disk space and increase cache usage.
It was previously reported that the browser would soon have an image editor.