A few weeks ago I got the auto-update to Version 10.0.18362.356. This is maybe the first time ever I'm really
positively surprised by a Windows update. I always open Chrome after a reboot and leave it running as long as possible - with 100+ tabs (The Great Suspender extension
being used on many of those) that used to mean a reboot was required after about 4 to 7 days because Windows was running out of available RAM. (Sure, restarting Chrome would have helped but a rebooted Windows feels even faster.)
After this update, I managed to increase that period to about 14 days, which is great!
Now to the bad/weird part: before rebooting I killed Chrome - and this time (first time ever), Windows would not
free up the RAM again!
I've checked with Task Manager and Process Explorer
... Chrome wasn't using RAM, nothing else used more RAM than it should, but there was hardly any free RAM available. Not a big deal since I wanted to reboot anyway, but weird!