When Turbo mode is enabled, certain page elements (such as video ads from other sites) may not load, and placeholder images may appear in their place. To load the hidden content, click the placeholder.
By default, Yandex.Browser compresses video when Turbo mode is on in order to reduce traffic by up to 70%, but this lowers image quality. To view videos without sacrificing quality, disable video compression:
If you don't want Turbo mode to turn on/off automatically (in response to your connection speed), you can control it manually. That way it will stay on or off until you restart your browser. If you want Turbo mode to remain on/off even after you restart your browser, change your settings.
You can manually turn Turbo mode on or off in your settings (which will also prevent it from launching automatically). Additionally, you can disable video compression and turn off speed notifications. All settings are saved even after you restart your browser.
|Automatically enable for low connection speeds||Yandex.Browser works this way by default. Turbo mode automatically turns on when connection speed is low and turns off when it's fast.|
|Always on||Turbo mode is always on, and the icon is displayed in the right part of the page header. For a fast internet connection, Turbo mode might slow down page loading.|
|Off||Turbo mode is disabled. When the internet connection is slow, the icon is displayed in the right part of the page header (enabling Turbo mode is recommended).|
|Notify me about changes in connection speed||You will get messages from Yandex.Browser about changes in the connection speed and Turbo mode.|
|Compress video||Video compression is enabled by default in Turbo mode. You can disable video compression to improve its quality.|