Google is issuing an upgrade to its Chrome Web browser that should make it faster and more secure than its current version. Chrome will do that by pausing Adobe Flash video commercials. You currently can choose to manually pause Flash commercials in Chrome's Advanced Settings. As of September 1 (2015), changes made to Chrome will automatically pause Flash commercials, even though the video content you're watching at the time won't be paused.
Google has also been working to resolve issues associated with how much RAM memory Chrome consumes. Another enhancement they will be issuing is called the Great Suspender that allows you to disable Chrome tabs you’re not using, thus reducing the RAM requirements for the browser.
Both of these upgrades should result in a faster, more secure browser, even though Chrome is already a step ahead of many others.