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Update to CCleaner Browser Preview

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The third preview release of the CCleaner Browser will start to roll out this week.  It can now be downloaded from the CCleaner website (https://www.ccleaner.com/ccleaner/browser) and as with the second preview release, it will also be offered as an optional install to a limited number of users installing CCleaner.

Existing CCleaner Browser users should be automatically updated to the new version later this week.

What's New - Quick Highlights:

  • Performance Manager: Reduce browser CPU and RAM consumption by up to 50% and laptop battery usage by up to 20%.
  • Improvements to the browser anti-fingerprinting (additional privacy on websites that may not respect the Anti-tracking settings)


Lightweight, now uses up to 50% less memory
We’ve improved the performance and speed of your browser.
We’ve supercharged the browser to give you an even faster browsing experience. Tabs that you’re not using will be automatically suspended in the background depending on your computer’s available memory. Why? Because we’ve found it can reduce the amount of CPU and RAM the browser uses by as much as 50%. You can control these settings from the Performance Manager section in the browser settings page.

Extend your battery life by 20%
Stay unplugged for longer as you browse.
Your browser can often be a drain on your laptop battery. We’ve worked on some clever tweaks under the hood to make sure our browser uses less CPU and RAM when you’re running low on battery. This can extend your battery life up to 20%, which means you won’t have to reach for that charging cable as often. The settings to extend the battery life can be managed from the Performance Manager section in the browser settings page.

Anti-Fingerprinting v2.2
Mask your browser fingerprint to disguise your online trail.
Websites and ad networks are getting smarter. Instead of relying exclusively on cookies and your IP address to identify you, they’re also using your unique browser configuration to keep tabs on you. Anti-Fingerprinting hides your browser information from sites to help protect your privacy and limit online tracking.
 

A fourth preview release is planned for August, incorporating the user feedback we have received from the previous preview releases.

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