Chrome 91 was recently rolled out by Google on stable channel. The update brought a slew of changes. It included default desktop mode support on large screen devices, revamped form controls, File System Access API improvements, and more. Moreover, it brought performance improvements as well. The company has now revealed that the new update has made Chrome up to 23% faster than the previous release.
According to a recent post on the Chromium blog, Chrome Product Manager Thomas Nattestad revealed that Chrome 91 “is now up to 23% faster with the launch of a new Sparkplug compiler and short builtin calls, saving over 17 years of our users’ CPU time each day!”