It is not clear whether Chrome will use Google search faster than Firefox or Microsoft Edge after the update. However, this new technology requires the use of Chrome’s exclusive “PartitionAlloc” memory allocator, and this allocator is responsible for controlling how Chrome uses the computer’s memory and also affects how search results are stored in memory. Prior to this, Chrome used cache to save search results, which would take up a lot of memory and may cause a crash.
Google Chrome has a new update: search speed can be increased by up to 75%
Google Chrome has a new update recently. Now when users search in the search bar of the Chrome browser (Google calls it Omnibox), Chrome will pre-load the results of the suggested search terms, which greatly improves the user’s search speed experience. Google said that after the update if you use Chrome to find frequently used search terms, the speed will be 75% faster, and the slowest will only appear in 500 milliseconds, which is half a second. The commonly used search terms here refer to those suggested search items that will pop up as the user enters words, and Google will pre-load the results of these search terms, and display them immediately whenever the user clicks on these suggested search terms result.
According to Google, this feature is only useful when Google Search is set as the default search engine, but it also stated that other search engines can benefit from it as long as they make small adjustments to their existing search methods.