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 Vivimos en un mundo en el que la movilidad ha dejado de ser una quimera para convertirse en normalidad. Algo que sin duda ha sido posible gracias a la evolución de los equipos portátiles y a la mejora de las conexiones a través de Internet.

Es por ello que Microsoft, conocedora de esto, introdujo en su sistema operativo un mecanismo capaz de reconocer cuándo estamos conectados a una red móvil y actuar en consecuencia reduciendo el consumo de datos. Algo muy importante si no queremos que nuestra tarifa de datos se vea fuertemente lastrada al llevar a cabo pequeñas conexiones.

No obstante, y a pesar de que Windows 10 y la mayoría de las aplicaciones respetaban el sistema de red de uso medio, Google Chrome no actuaba de la misma manera. Algo que impedía al sistema operativo de Microsoft reducir el consumo de datos que se llevaba a cabo desde el navegador de los de Mountain View.

Este proceso se lleva a cabo mediante una API de WinRT de la que hacen uso la gran mayoría de las aplicaciones. No obstante, Microsoft se ha propuesto ponerle remedio introduciendo “GetConnectionCost” a la clase NetworkChangeNotifier, lo que permitirá que todas las aplicaciones conectadas a Internet reduzcan el uso de datos a pesar de que no hagan uso de la API WinRT.

Aunque no haya salido de Google, el hecho de que Chrome comience a respetar las conexiones de uso medio y reduzca el consumo de datos en estas situaciones es una gran noticia. Sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta que Google Chrome es hoy en día el navegador web más utilizado. 

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 We live in a world in which mobility is no longer a chimera but a normality. Something that has undoubtedly been possible thanks to the evolution of laptops and the improvement of connections through the Internet.

That is why Microsoft, aware of this, introduced in its operating system a mechanism capable of recognizing when we are connected to a mobile network and act accordingly by reducing data consumption. This is very important if we do not want our data rate to be heavily burdened when making small connections.

However, despite the fact that Windows 10 and most applications respected the average network system, Google Chrome did not act in the same way. This prevented the Microsoft operating system from reducing the data consumption that was carried out from the browser of those in Mountain View.

This process is carried out using a WinRT API that is used by the vast majority of applications. However, Microsoft has set out to remedy this by introducing "GetConnectionCost" to the NetworkChangeNotifier class, which will allow all applications connected to the Internet to reduce data usage even though they do not make use of the WinRT API.

Even though it hasn't left Google, the fact that Chrome is starting to respect medium-use connections and reduce data consumption in these situations is great news. Especially if we consider that Google Chrome is the most widely used web browser today. 

What do you think about this news?

 We live in a world in which mobility is no longer a chimera but a normality. Something that has undoubtedly been possible thanks to the evolution of laptops and the improvement of Internet connections.

That is why Microsoft, aware of this, introduced in its operating system a mechanism capable of recognizing when we are connected to a mobile network and act accordingly by reducing data consumption. This is very important if we do not want our data rate to be heavily burdened when making small connections.

However, despite the fact that Windows 10 and most applications respected the average network system, Google Chrome did not act in the same way. This prevented the Microsoft operating system from reducing the data consumption that was carried out from the browser of those in Mountain View.

This process is carried out using a WinRT API that is used by the vast majority of applications. However, Microsoft has set out to remedy this by introducing "GetConnectionCost" to the NetworkChangeNotifier class, which will allow all applications connected to the Internet to reduce data usage even though they do not make use of the WinRT API.

Even though it hasn't left Google, the fact that Chrome is starting to respect medium-use connections and reduce data consumption in these situations is great news. Especially if we consider that Google Chrome is the most widely used web browser today. 


What do you think about this news?

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