Google Chrome’s experimental power-saving feature dubbed ‘WebContents Occlusion’, was silently rolled out to many users around the world and was developed to improve the overall browsing experience but it ended up burning millions of dollars. Even though the average home user was not affected, thousands of enterprise users were left without service and complained they lost a day and half of the work which affected their whole month’s revenue.
Anyhow, Google has now rolled back the WebContents Occlusion feature and its software engineer David Bienvenu has advised all the affected users to update and relaunch the browser.
Source: Pro Pakistani
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