Google Chrome just got a speed upgrade

Google Chrome does its basic job much faster now. After a recent update, searches that go through the search bar at the top of the browser (which Google calls an “omnibox”) now preload results before clicking on them much faster than before.

Browser speed stats are vague in actual use, but Google said The most popular search results are now four times more likely to appear in less than 500 milliseconds. This means that when you type things in and select one of the recommended options above the results, you’ll be sent to the Google search results page a lot faster.


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