“The proposal is to prevent streaming media content from being cached to disk where possible,” explained Shawn Pickett, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft on a Chromium bug report. The engineer added that media caching keeps the disk active on PC, which is what is causing increased power consumption. Moreover, the caching of certain media content can also prevent PCs from entering lower modes consuming less battery life. Some comments from Chromium developers suggested that implementing this...

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