To enable or disable the automatic tab discarding feature in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
Keep in mind that enabling the automatic tab discarding feature may improve the performance of Chrome by reducing memory usage, but it may also result in suspended tabs being reloaded when you switch back to them. Disabling this feature will prevent Chrome from suspending tabs automatically, potentially leading to higher memory usage.
Note: The automatic tab discarding feature may not be available in all versions of Google Chrome, as it is an experimental feature. If you cannot find it in chrome://flags, it might not be present in your version of Chrome.