Because Edge is based on Chromium like Chrome (naturally enough), it also means they spend time improving their core.
SegmentHeap is the name of the new Windows 10 feature
And that's what Microosft intends to do by improving the way browsers use RAM, in other words: they will use Windows 10's new "SegmentHeap" feature which will ensure that especially large web pages are a far better experience to browse This is about RAM while actively browsing a website that is to be optimized.
Tests this summer, conducted by Google and Intel, however, revealed that the technology was too tough on the CPU, so we hope this is fixed now. This is the reason why Chrome 85 did not get the feature anyway, ie due to battery loss.
Also includes start and stop speeds for a more natural surfing experience
Another thing that smartphones have had for a long time, and which the iPhone popularized in 2007, is that there is a certain natural start and stop speed when browsing websites, which in combination with a smoother experience will make surfing on Windows 10 PC- is for a simply more pleasant experience, especially on touch devices.
Again: we hope the CPU does not lose as much as this summer when the function was tested. We're talking 10 percent slower Speedometer 2.0 and 13 percent more CPU / power consumption, according to Chrome developer Bruce Dawson who also stated he doesn't think it will take too long to fix this.
macOS, especially Big Sur, has no problem with incredibly fast browsing on M1 chip machines, probably thanks to how the OS interacts with the extra-integrated way the RAM in Apple Silicon machines is designed to work with the rest of the the components.