This will not speed up the visit of new websites, but Google indicates that this type of navigation is still quite common, representing 19% of pages viewed on Chrome for Android and 10% on Chrome on PC. .
As such, Google plans to integrate it to Chrome by 2020, after this year's testing. Safari and Firefox have been using a similar type of caching for years – Safari since 2002 and Firefox since 2005 – so Chrome is trying to catch up. But given the growing interest in privacy and technological performance, the group clearly wants to ensure that it does things right.