Hello again! Thanks for stopping by! On this post, I will instruct you on how to enable Chrome's Data Saver Tool. Almost everyone these days has a limited amount of data-or, at least, high-speed data. The Chrome Data Saver tool is designed to compress websites in order to use less data. Unfortunately, many people have not heard of the option, let alone have it enabled! Let's go shall we?
First of all, you must open up Chrome on your smartphone or tablet.
Once opened, tap the three little vertical dots in the upper right of your Chrome window.
Now, scroll down until you see the "Settings" tab and tap it.
Once in the settings, you will see an option called "Data Saver". Tap it.
From here, it is pretty self-explanatory. Move the slider to the right to turn the Data Saver tool on (or, if you don't like it for some reason, off).
Voila! You're done! Now you have successfully enabled Chrome Data Saver tool! If you go back into Data Saver (under Chrome settings) it will show you how much data it has saved (which is pretty neat)! Enjoy! If you have any questions make sure to hit me up below!