Google Chrome just got a speed upgrade

Google Chrome can now complete its main work faster. After the most recent update, searches through the search bar at the top of the browser (which Google calls the “omnibox”) now preload results faster than before before you click on them.

Browser speed statistics are vague in actual use, but Google says The most common search results are now four times more likely to appear within 500 milliseconds. This means that when you enter content and select one of the recommended options at the top of the results, you will get to the Google search results page faster.