The best thing is in most cases to use the OS's standard browser for the best battery life and performance, that means Edge in Windows, Safari in macOS and Chrome in… Chrome OS?
Chrome M89 is so much better, Google believes
Yes, that's the question, because Google is in a quandary about whether this will be the standard perception among people, which is why they have now upgraded how the most browser allocates and dumps memory "and even how we build, package and run Chrome to make today's Chrome even faster and more RAM efficient. ” Edge is also on version 89 now.
ZDNet had a big spread about how one of the journalists there chose to reject Chrome in favor of the default browser in the OS that was used at all times.
Microsoft did it this way
Edge already has something called SegMentHeap and tab hibernation. The former reduces the RAM used by Win32 applications in general by up to 27 percent and was implemented in Windows 10 2004, launched in the summer of 2020.
This is what Google thinks they have managed to improve in Chrome M89:
Google informs that PartitionAlloc is already used in Blink, the code base that draws the website. Starting with Chrome M89, this is used everywhere.