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Google earlier this week rolled out the Chrome 91 update that brings a host of changes including revamped controls, desktop mode on large screen devices, and more. Apart from new features, the Chrome 91 update also brings performance improvements to the Google web browser. Google has claimed that the Chrome 91 update makes its web browser up to 23 percent faster than the previous release. In a post on the Chromium blog, Google said that Chrome is now up to 23 percent faster with the launch of a new Sparkplug compiler and short built-in calls. Google said that these changes save up to 17 years’ worth of users’ CPU time each day.
Short built-ins is a new mechanism from Google that helps the V8 engine to optimise the location in memory of generated code. Google also notes that this change should also improve Chrome’s performance on Apple’s M1 chip.