Google has released a stable version of Chrome 63, the latest update for its browser. The company is confident that it’s new security feature, site isolation, will have more companies migrating to them.

This new security feature will enable enterprise admins to configure the browser to render content for each page in its own dedicated process, keeping it isolated from other pages.

Site isolation is designed to stop malicious attacks that take advantage of vulnerabilities during the renderer process.

It’s great news for enterprise data security, but bad news for your Chrome memory, but you can’t have both. Yet.