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Google Continues to Perfect Chrome to Stave Off Competition

There was a time not all that long ago when Google Chrome was the only browser that anyone would ever want to look into. However, Google’s presence in so many areas of tech as well as increased competition from Microsoft Edge has resulted in a situation wherein the tech giant is racing to optimize Chrome because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing it to keep its status as the world’s most popular web browser.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that Google has just updated the omnibox in Chrome. This is the area under the search bar where you type in web addresses as well as search queries and the like. Its main purpose is to allow you to see suggestions for the searches that you are making so that you can get to the right results faster.

The update has made it so that the omnibox can now fetch search queries a lot faster with all things having been considered and taken into account. These search suggestions are quite useful, and they are more or less in line with the kind of updates that Google has been making recently with regards to the speed of its searches. Google has been trying to help users hone in on the search queries that matter to them a lot more as of late, and that’s something that is benefiting users from a lot of perspectives.

It’s clear that Google is leaning heavily on its search engine to prop up Chrome, and one reason for this might be that the tech giant is attempting to figure out a way to keep itself relevant and maintain its user base instead of allowing users to bleed over to Edge the way they are right now.


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