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Google Chrome 113 Beta Released: WebGPU API Enabled, Supports Hardware Graphics Acceleration

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Google Chrome 113 Beta Released: WebGPU API Enabled, Supports Hardware Graphics Acceleration

Google has announced that Chrome users can enable the new WebGPU graphics API to support hardware graphics acceleration in the 113 Beta version.

Google has been working on the WebGPU Graphics API since 2017, a technology that focuses on leveraging the computing power of modern GPUs to give developers better access to a variety of underlying features and functionality.

WebGPU is a new web standard and instruction set for hardware-accelerated graphics and computing. Like DirectX and Vulkan, WebGPU allows rendering and access to advanced features directly on the graphics card’s GPU. WebGPU promises to reduce JavaScript load at the same graphics level and allow machine learning models to reason more than three times better.