Google has made search results faster in Chrome



The source – blog.chromium.org

Prefetching has been introduced in search, which is the selection of preliminary search results if there is a high probability that the query suggested in the omnibox will be selected. Thus, results are retrieved from the web server before users even select a query.

Google has made search results faster in Chrome

This change has shown that search results are now 4 times more likely to be displayed within 500 milliseconds.

However, it is worth noting: prefetching only works if Google was selected as the default search engine.

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