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Google to start fixing bugs in its televisions

by Joseph Richard
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The Mountain View company sought to reinvent the Android TV user experience with Google TV by providing more suggestions in a more user-friendly interface. While many televisions, particularly those made by Sony and box TVs, are equipped with Google TV nowadays.

The latter is still the target of criticism, beginning with the navigation’s overall lag time. The behemoth company has been listening to customer feedback and has recently announced system-wide enhancements in a blog post as a response.

Using RAM more wisely and CPU enhancements will make Google TV speedier soon. The home page, the “For You” and “Live” tabs, and the loading of a kid profile, which might take too many seconds before being shown on the screen, will all be loaded more quickly.

Additionally, Google TV will allow you to increase your device’s storage. You may clear caches and delete programs you no longer use with just one click using the “Free Storage” option.

Additionally, the system will optimize the storage in the background while in use to prevent running out of room while installing applications. In the following weeks, all Google TV-enabled devices should see these upgrades.

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