Google Chrome just got a huge speed upgrade making searches even faster

Chrome is still the most popular web browser on the internet, and Google’s developers are not slowing down, especially in the face of increased competition from Microsoft’s Edge and Mozilla’s Firefox. For Chrome users that were thinking of switching, Chrome is about to get a little speedier and become a lot less memory hungry.

In a Chromium blog post, Yana Yushkina, product manager for Chrome browser, unveiled an increase in search speed when searching via the omnibox. For those that are unaware, the omnibox is the bar at the top of the Chrome browser for typing in website addresses and search queries. She also detailed that Chrome would also use less memory and that the team has solved an issue regarding a common shutdown bug. 

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