Google's latest effort to pry businesses off Internet Explorer and keep them away from Windows 10 Edge is a new security feature called site isolation, which handles each page in its own process.
With the release of Chrome 63, enterprise admins will be able to configure Chrome to render content for each site in its own dedicated process.
As Google notes, keeping each site isolated from other sites in Chrome offers enterprises the strongest security. The technique is designed to thwart attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in the renderer process to run malicious code inside Chrome's render sandbox and steal information.
However, it does come with a significant overhead, bumping up Chrome's memory usage on PCs by between 10 and 20 percent.